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  • Common law / Non Assured tenancies

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

    Common law tenancies sometimes known as Non-assured tenancies are not regulated by specific laws. Your rights depend mainly on your tenancy agreement. Check who has common law tenancy rights and what those rights are.|Common law tenancies sometimes known as Non-assured tenancies are not regulated by specific laws. Your rights depend mainly on your tenancy agreement. Check who has common law tenancy rights and what those rights are.|Common law tenancies sometimes known as Non-assured tenancies are not regulated by specific laws. Your rights depend mainly on your tenancy agreement. Check who has common law tenancy rights and what those rights are.

  • Homelessness

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

    Welcome to Shelter Scotland. This site uses cookies. Read ourMore:. Search site. Search. Search site. Search. Homelessness. Homelessness. Find out what your rights are when you're homeless. Being homeless does not always mean that you're living on

  • Paying Rent

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/guides/social_housing/paying_rent

    Help to pay your rent. If you are on a low income, you may be entitled to help to pay your rent from housing benefit. ... If you are already claiming housing benefit, but it does not cover all of the rent, you may be able to claim a discretionary housing

  • Antisocial behaviour in Scotland

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

    What you can do about anti social behaviour if you are having problems in your area. If your neighbours are complaining about you, this section will help you to work out where you stand and also specific legislation in Scotland regarding antisocial behaviour.|What you can do about anti social behaviour if you are having problems in your area. If your neighbours are complaining about you, this section will help you to work out where you stand and also specific legislation in Scotland regarding antisocial behaviour.|What you can do about anti social behaviour if you are having problems in your area. If your neighbours are complaining about you, this section will help you to work out where you stand and also specific legislation in Scotland regarding antisocial behaviour.

  • Paying for a home

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

    This section contains information about paying your rent, deposits and information about rent arrears, mortgages, council tax and advice on what to do if you get into debt.|This section contains information about paying your rent, deposits and information about rent arrears, mortgages, council tax and advice on what to do if you get into debt.|This section contains information about paying your rent, deposits and information about rent arrears, mortgages, council tax and advice on what to do if you get into debt.

  • 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 different 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 different 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 different 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.

  • Your rights in student accommodation

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

    Find out your rights if you live in housing owned by a university or college. If you are disabled, these pages look at your right to university or college accommodation suitable for your needs.|Find out your rights if you live in housing owned by a university or college. If you are disabled, these pages look at your right to university or college accommodation suitable for your needs.|Find out your rights if you live in housing owned by a university or college. If you are disabled, these pages look at your right to university or college accommodation suitable for your needs.

  • Advice and Assistance for Homelessness Prevention

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

    If you make a homeless application and are eligible for help you'll be entitled to advice and assistance for homelessness prevention from the council. Find out what type of advice and assistance you can expect to receive.|If you make a homeless application and are eligible for help you'll be entitled to advice and assistance for homelessness prevention from the council. Find out what type of advice and assistance you can expect to receive.|If you make a homeless application and are eligible for help you'll be entitled to advice and assistance for homelessness prevention from the council. Find out what type of advice and assistance you can expect to receive.

  • Sharing with your landlord

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

    People who share accommodation with their landlord have different rights to those who rent separate property. This page explains who has a resident landlord and what your rights are if you share with your landlord.|People who share accommodation with their landlord have different rights to those who rent separate property. This page explains who has a resident landlord and what your rights are if you share with your landlord.|People who share accommodation with their landlord have different rights to those who rent separate property. This page explains who has a resident landlord and what your rights are if you share with your landlord.

  • How housing benefit is calculated

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

    Housing benefit (HB) is paid by the council to help you pay rent. Work out if you're eligible to apply for housing benefit and how much housing benefit you might be able to claim.|Housing benefit (HB) is paid by the council to help you pay rent. Work out if you're eligible to apply for housing benefit and how much housing benefit you might be able to claim.|Housing benefit (HB) is paid by the council to help you pay rent. Work out if you're eligible to apply for housing benefit and how much housing benefit you might be able to claim.

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