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  • Online checkers

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/downloads_and_tools/online_checkers

    Our quick and easy online assessment tools can help you work out your housing rights.|Our quick and easy online assessment tools can help you work out your housing rights.

  • Tied accommodation

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

    If your home is 'tied', that is, provided as part of your job, your rights to stay there will depend on the kind of agreement you have with your employer/landlord.|If your home is 'tied', that is, provided as part of your job, your rights to stay there will depend on the kind of agreement you have with your employer/landlord.|If your home is 'tied', that is, provided as part of your job, your rights to stay there will depend on the kind of agreement you have with your employer/landlord.

  • Asylum seekers and refugees

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

    This section provides information on the housing rights of asylum seekers and refugees in the UK. It gives advice on how to access support from the UK Border Agency.|This section provides information on the housing rights of asylum seekers and refugees in the UK. It gives advice on how to access support from the UK Border Agency.|This section provides information on the housing rights of asylum seekers and refugees in the UK. It gives advice on how to access support from the UK Border Agency.

  • Emergency accommodation

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/homelessness/in_an_emergency/emergency_accommodation

    This page looks at the different kinds of emergency housing available, including hostels, nightshelters and refuges.|This page looks at the different kinds of emergency housing available, including hostels, nightshelters and refuges.|This page looks at the different kinds of emergency housing available, including hostels, nightshelters and refuges.

  • Crofters' rights and responsibilities

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

    Crofting tenants have secure rights to stay on their land, but they also have a responsibility to use the land well. This section explains more.|Crofting tenants have secure rights to stay on their land, but they also have a responsibility to use the land well. This section explains more.|Crofting tenants have secure rights to stay on their land, but they also have a responsibility to use the land well. This section explains more.

  • Dealing with debt

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

    With credit cards, overdrafts and bank loans readily available, debt can mount up. Most housing problems start because of financial difficulties, so if you do get into debt, do take action as soon as possible.|With credit cards, overdrafts and bank loans readily available, debt can mount up. Most housing problems start because of financial difficulties, so if you do get into debt, do take action as soon as possible.|With credit cards, overdrafts and bank loans readily available, debt can mount up. Most housing problems start because of financial difficulties, so if you do get into debt, do take action as soon as possible.

  • Applying for housing from the council, a housing association or housing co-op

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/finding_a_place_to_live/renting_from_the_council/applying_for_housing_from_the_council_a_housing_association_or_housing_co-op

    More about the application process for housing from the council, a housing association or housing cooperative. How waiting lists work and how councils assess priority when allocating housing.|More about the application process for housing from the council, a housing association or housing cooperative. How waiting lists work and how councils assess priority when allocating housing.|More about the application process for housing from the council, a housing association or housing cooperative. How waiting lists work and how councils assess priority when allocating housing.

  • Your rights as a Scottish secure tenant

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/renting_rights/council_housing_association_and_housing_co-op_tenancies/your_rights_as_a_scottish_secure_tenant

    You will be a Scottish secure tenant if you rent from the council, a housing association or a housing co-op. Find out more about Scottish secure tenancies here.|You will be a Scottish secure tenant if you rent from the council, a housing association or a housing co-op. Find out more about Scottish secure tenancies here.|You will be a Scottish secure tenant if you rent from the council, a housing association or a housing co-op. Find out more about Scottish secure tenancies here.

  • Eviction of crofting tenants

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

    In certain circumstances, crofters can be evicted. Find out what your rights are and what you might be able to do to avoid eviction from your croft.|In certain circumstances, crofters can be evicted. Find out what your rights are and what you might be able to do to avoid eviction from your croft.|In certain circumstances, crofters can be evicted. Find out what your rights are and what you might be able to do to avoid eviction from your croft.

  • Complaining about a housing association or cooperative

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/complaints_and_court_action/making_complaints/complaining_about_a_housing_association_or_cooperative

    This page gives you some tips and advice on complaining about a housing association or housing cooperative (also known as registered social landlords or RSLs).|This page gives you some tips and advice on complaining about a housing association or housing cooperative (also known as registered social landlords or RSLs).|This page gives you some tips and advice on complaining about a housing association or housing cooperative (also known as registered social landlords or RSLs).

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