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  • Unprotected deposits

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/housing_advice/paying_for_a_home/deposits/unprotected_deposits

    Not all deposits need to be registered. This page explains which deposits don't need to be registered, what a deposit covers and how to get your deposit back.|Not all deposits need to be registered. This page explains which deposits don't need to be registered, what a deposit covers and how to get your deposit back.

  • Summary cause actions

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/housing_advice/complaints_and_court_action/raising_and_defending_actions_in_court/summary_cause_actions

    Summary cause procedure deals with claims £3,000 to £5,000. If your landlord is taking you to court to try and evict you, they must use the summary cause procedure.|Summary cause procedure deals with claims £3,000 to £5,000. If your landlord is taking you to court to try and evict you, they must use the summary cause procedure.

  • Taking a summary cause action to court

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/housing_advice/complaints_and_court_action/raising_and_defending_actions_in_court/taking_a_summary_cause_action_to_court

    If you take someone to court using summary cause procedure, you need to filli in specific forms and follow certain rules. In housing law, summary cause procedure is used in eviction cases.|If you take someone to court using summary cause procedure, you need to filli in specific forms and follow certain rules. In housing law, summary cause procedure is used in eviction cases.

  • Courts in Scotland

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/housing_advice/complaints_and_court_action/structure_of_the_scottish_legal_system/courts_in_scotland

    There are several different courts in Scotland. All of them deal with different kinds of cases and have different powers. This page should explain which court is dealing with your case.|There are several different courts in Scotland. All of them deal with different kinds of cases and have different powers. This page should explain which court is dealing with your case.

  • Court decisions

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/housing_advice/complaints_and_court_action/what_happens_at_court/court_decisions

    If your case is in the sheriff court, it may go through several stages before a decision. At the end of a detailed hearing, the sheriff has several options. Find out what might happen.|If your case is in the sheriff court, it may go through several stages before a decision. At the end of a detailed hearing, the sheriff has several options. Find out what might happen.

  • Judicial review

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/housing_advice/complaints_and_court_action/raising_and_defending_actions_in_court/judicial_review

    Judicial review is a complicated process that is only used in certain circumstances. If your case gets to this, you'll need legal advice from a solicitor. Check the what you need to know.|Judicial review is a complicated process that is only used in certain circumstances. If your case gets to this, you'll need legal advice from a solicitor. Check the what you need to know.

  • Getting a mortgage if you're disabled and on benefits

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/housing_advice/paying_for_a_home/mortgages/getting_a_mortgage/getting_a_mortgage_if_youre_disabled

    Find out what to consider when applying for a mortgage if you have a disability and how you can get help to pay your mortgage interest and service charges.|Find out what to consider when applying for a mortgage if you have a disability and how you can get help to pay your mortgage interest and service charges.

  • Problems with housemates

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/housing_advice/families_and_households/sharing_rented_accommodation/problems_with_housemates

    You might have problems with the people you live with for a variety of reasons. This page explains what you can do. Your landlord, the council or the police may be able to help.|You might have problems with the people you live with for a variety of reasons. This page explains what you can do. Your landlord, the council or the police may be able to help.

  • What happens during the hearing?

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/housing_advice/complaints_and_court_action/what_happens_at_court/what_happens_during_the_hearing

    Find out what happens when your case is in court for a detailed hearing or 'proof'. Before you go to court, make sure you know if it's a first hearing or a full, detailed hearing.|Find out what happens when your case is in court for a detailed hearing or 'proof'. Before you go to court, make sure you know if it's a first hearing or a full, detailed hearing.

  • Complaining about an estate agent

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/housing_advice/complaints_and_court_action/making_complaints/complaining_about_an_estate_agent

    Get tips if you want to complain about an estate agent. You should complain to the agency first, but if you're not happy with the response, you may be able to take the matter further.|Get tips if you want to complain about an estate agent. You should complain to the agency first, but if you're not happy with the response, you may be able to take the matter further.