Instructions for movinG out
- The notice period of your tenancy agreement is one calendar month at minimum, even if you move away before
- The new tenant moving into your apartment may contact you. You should agree on when you will show the apartment to the new tenant.
- Let the landlord know in advance before the move, if you have agreed with the new tenant to leave any pieces of furniture or a dishwasher in the apartment(*. If pieces of furniture are left in the apartment without consent of the interested parties, we will charge you for the removal and disposal of the items in accordance with the tenancy price list.
- *) If the new tenant accepts your dishwasher, he/she must notify the technical house manager of the building about it in writing (for example, by e-mail).
- Do not leave pieces for furniture intended for recycling or otherwise removed from use at the refuse collection point of the housing association.
- Empty your personal property storage. Otherwise, we have to charge you for the removal and disposal of the items in accordance with the tenancy price list.
- If you had a dishwasher or a washing machine, the water and drain connections must be blocked in an appropriate manner. If kitchen units have been disassembled when installing the dishwasher, the kitchen units must be reassembled as they were.
- Check that the ceiling outlets and that the wire connectors are in place on the ceiling. A ceiling outlet can be reinstalled only by a qualified electrician. If ceiling outlets or wire connectors are missing, we will charge you for the installation and materials according to the tenancy price list.
- Check the condition of your bathroom sink. If the sink is broken or cracked, contact the technical house manager in charge your building. The contact information is on our website.
- The tenant information folder, fire alarm, window key and curtain holders are the property of the housing association and belong to the apartment, so do not take them with you.
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