The text of the following tenancy agreement is a plain-English translation to make it clearer and easier to understand. Please see your actual tenancy agreement for more detail.
Tenancy agreement – secure tenancies
This is a tenancy agreement between you (the tenant) and us (the London Borough of Haringey), for the property described on pages 1 and 2.
You have a secure tenancy under the Housing Act 1985.
You and we have certain rights and responsibilities which are set out below. If you are a joint tenant, the term tenant refers to each tenant, or both or all of you.
What you must do as a secure tenant
Using the property
You must use the property as your only or main home. You must not sublet or give up the whole of the property to anyone. You must not sublet part of your home without our permission in writing. You must let us know if you will be away from home for more than a month. You, or anyone staying in or visiting your home, must not keep
belongings (including bicycles or mopeds) in any shared areas, such as landings, corridors, entrance halls and stairs. You, or anyone staying in or visiting your home, must not block any shared areas, including access routes. You, or anyone staying in or visiting your home, must not run a business or carry out a trade without our permission in writing. The property includes the garden, outside space and garage, if any are included in your tenancy. You, or anyone staying in or visiting your home, must not use the property or let it be used for any immoral or illegal purpose. This includes selling, growing or storing drugs, keeping illegal or
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