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Can I Transfer NHT Benefit Or Contribution To Someone Else?

by Julie
(Canada)


Question by Julie:
Can I Transfer NHT Benefit Or Contribution To Someone Else?

If you are a member of the National Housing Trust, can you turn over your contributions to someone else?


Answer By Wellesley, July 2014
Hi Julie,

Thanks again for your question.

I made some checks with the National Housing Trust (NHT), Montego Bay office, and in a nutshell, they stated the following:

1)You cannot transfer contributions to someone else but..
2)You can transfer the benefit to someone else.

So yes, there cannot be a transfer of contributions but there can indeed be a transfer of the approved benefit that the person would have 'earned'.

In order for the benefit of person A to be transferred to person B though, both persons will have be actively contributing to the trust.

Person A would also need to visit the NHT office to effect that transaction as a part of that process he or she will be required to sign a declaration form that they are agreeing to the transfer of benefits and will not be eligible for any future NHT benefits.


Note: For more about the NHT, please visit our NHT page. It also includes their contact information.

Regards,
Wellesley

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Can I give my daughter my housing trust point my last payment was July 20129

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by: Anonymous

Can I give my daughter my housing trust point my last payment was July 20129

Nov 18, 2017
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by: Anonymous

Good evening I need to hand over my National Housing Trust Point to my daughter can I the last time I pay was July 2012 please tell me what to do and tell me how I can send my email address thanks so you can tell me what to do by mail or my phone number so you can text me thanks

Jul 28, 2014
Glad To Assist Julie
by: Wellesley

I hope that helps.

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