Transferring the lease means a situation in which the main tenant of the apartment transfers the right of control over the apartment they are renting, as well as their obligations towards the lessor, to another person.
Transferring the lease means that the main tenant of an apartment transfers the right of control over the apartment they are renting, as well as their obligations towards the lessor, to another person. This person becomes the new main tenant. When a lease is transferred, the obligation to pay rent is also transferred to the new main tenant.
As the main tenant, you may transfer the lease for your apartment over to your spouse or partner, a child belonging to your family, your parent or your spouse’s parent. Leases for Heka apartments cannot be transferred to anyone except the persons listed above. The individual to whom the main lease is transferred must live in the apartment, i.e. be listed as an occupant in the register of occupants, when the transfer of the lease is reported.
Send a notice about the transfer of the lease to Heka on the Resident Portal (Service requests - Report a transfer of the lease).
Heka will check that the new main tenant is one of the family members listed above, so that the transfer of lease is possible.
If the transfer of lease is approved, the tenant to whom the right has been transferred becomes the main tenant. A separate lease agreement will be made for this occupant for the apartment in question.