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  • Renting rights

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/renting_rights

    If you rent your home rather than owning it, you will have a tenancy. A tenancy is a right to live in a property. There are several kinds of tenancy, and your rights will depend on which kind you have. In this section you can find out which tenancy you have and what rights this gives you.|If you rent your home rather than owning it, you will have a tenancy. A tenancy is a right to live in a property. There are several kinds of tenancy, and your rights will depend on which kind you have. In this section you can find out which tenancy you have and what rights this gives you.|If you rent your home rather than owning it, you will have a tenancy. A tenancy is a right to live in a property. There are several kinds of tenancy, and your rights will depend on which kind you have. In this section you can find out which tenancy you have and what rights this gives you.

  • Housing benefit and local housing allowance (LHA)

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/paying_for_a_home/housing_benefit

    If you rent your home and have a low income, or get welfare benefits, you may be entitled to housing benefit to help pay your rent.|If you rent your home and have a low income, or get welfare benefits, you may be entitled to housing benefit to help pay your rent.|If you rent your home and have a low income, or get welfare benefits, you may be entitled to housing benefit to help pay your rent.

  • Ending a tenancy

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/renting_rights/ending_a_tenancy

    If you want to move out of your rented accommodation, it's important that you go through the correct process and give your landlord the correct notice. Whatever you do, don't just walk away!|If you want to move out of your rented accommodation, it's important that you go through the correct process and give your landlord the correct notice. Whatever you do, don't just walk away!|If you want to move out of your rented accommodation, it's important that you go through the correct process and give your landlord the correct notice. Whatever you do, don't just walk away!

  • Finding a place to live

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/finding_a_place_to_live

    This section provides information about the different housing options available, from council housing, to renting to buying your own home.|This section provides information about the different housing options available, from council housing, to renting to buying your own home.|This section provides information about the different housing options available, from council housing, to renting to buying your own home.

  • Neighbourhood Problems

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/neighbourhood_issues

    This section deals with antisocial behaviour, boundary disputes and has information on residents' associations and planning issues.|This section deals with antisocial behaviour, boundary disputes and has information on residents' associations and planning issues.|This section deals with antisocial behaviour, boundary disputes and has information on residents' associations and planning issues.

  • Eviction of private tenants

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/eviction/eviction_of_private_tenants

    Check the eviction process private landlords must follow to evict you from your tenancy. For assured tenants, short assured tenants and regulated tenants.|Check the eviction process private landlords must follow to evict you from your tenancy. For assured tenants, short assured tenants and regulated tenants.|Check the eviction process private landlords must follow to evict you from your tenancy. For assured tenants, short assured tenants and regulated tenants.

  • Repairs and bad conditions

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/repairs_and_bad_conditions

    Find out how to get repairs carried out in rented and owner-occupied housing and how to improve your accommodation if it's unsuitable for your needs.|Find out how to get repairs carried out in rented and owner-occupied housing and how to improve your accommodation if it's unsuitable for your needs.|Find out how to get repairs carried out in rented and owner-occupied housing and how to improve your accommodation if it's unsuitable for your needs.

  • Eligibility for housing assistance if you're homeless

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/homelessness/help_from_the_councils_housing_department/who_can_apply_as_homeless/eligibility_for_assistance_if_youre_homeless

    If you're from abroad you may not be eligible for help from the council. Check how they decide whether you are eligible, and what you can do if the council makes this decision.|If you're from abroad you may not be eligible for help from the council. Check how they decide whether you are eligible, and what you can do if the council makes this decision.|If you're from abroad you may not be eligible for help from the council. Check how they decide whether you are eligible, and what you can do if the council makes this decision.

  • Students

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/guides/students

    View our coronavirus (COVID-19) housing advice. ... Advice for Students. All you need to know about housing when you're a student.

  • Repossession of your house/home and how to stop it

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/repossession_of_your_home

    Repossession can often be stopped. Check the repossession procedures and what tenants and partners' rights are and find out about the actual eviction process.|Repossession can often be stopped. Check the repossession procedures and what tenants and partners' rights are and find out about the actual eviction process.|Repossession can often be stopped. Check the repossession procedures and what tenants and partners' rights are and find out about the actual eviction process.