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  • Court action

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

    How the legal system in Scotland works and how they can help with housing problems. Advice on making a complaint plus information on discrimination and harassment.|How the legal system in Scotland works and how they can help with housing problems. Advice on making a complaint plus information on discrimination and harassment.|How the legal system in Scotland works and how they can help with housing problems. Advice on making a complaint plus information on discrimination and harassment.

  • Who is responsible for repairs?

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

    Which types of repairs private landlords are responsible for and which are the tenant's responsibility. Your landlord must keep your home up to a level of repair known as the 'repairing standard'.|Which types of repairs private landlords are responsible for and which are the tenant's responsibility. Your landlord must keep your home up to a level of repair known as the 'repairing standard'.|Which types of repairs private landlords are responsible for and which are the tenant's responsibility. Your landlord must keep your home up to a level of repair known as the 'repairing standard'.

  • Subtenant Rights

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

    You will be a subtenant if you rent from a tenant who is renting the property from a landlord. This page explains your rights if you are a subtenant.|You will be a subtenant if you rent from a tenant who is renting the property from a landlord. This page explains your rights if you are a subtenant.|You will be a subtenant if you rent from a tenant who is renting the property from a landlord. This page explains your rights if you are a subtenant.

  • Downloads and tools

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

    Tools to help renters and homeowners with their housing issues. Online tools (does the council have to house me and what kind of tenancy do I have), checklists, flowcharts, template letters and a jargonbuster.|Tools to help renters and homeowners with their housing issues. Online tools (does the council have to house me and what kind of tenancy do I have), checklists, flowcharts, template letters and a jargonbuster.

  • Help from the council's housing department

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

    If you don't have a home, cannot stay where you are, or are worried that you will have to move out, you need to go to the council to make a homeless application.|If you don't have a home, cannot stay where you are, or are worried that you will have to move out, you need to go to the council to make a homeless application.|If you don't have a home, cannot stay where you are, or are worried that you will have to move out, you need to go to the council to make a homeless application.

  • Council, housing association and housing co-op tenancies

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

    Your rights if you rent from the council, a registered social landlord. Housing associations and housing cooperatives are both RSLs. Plus your rights if you're in temporary accommodation.|Your rights if you rent from the council, a registered social landlord. Housing associations and housing cooperatives are both RSLs. Plus your rights if you're in temporary accommodation.|Your rights if you rent from the council, a registered social landlord. Housing associations and housing cooperatives are both RSLs. Plus your rights if you're in temporary accommodation.

  • Overview of rights and responsibilities

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

    Whatever kind of tenancy you have, you and your landlord have certain rights and responsibilities. This page gives an overview of what these are.|Whatever kind of tenancy you have, you and your landlord have certain rights and responsibilities. This page gives an overview of what these are.|Whatever kind of tenancy you have, you and your landlord have certain rights and responsibilities. This page gives an overview of what these are.

  • First Tier Tribunal for Scotland

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

    The Housing and Property Chamber of the First Tier Tribunal for Scotland is there to help tenants if their accommodation is not up to a certain standard.|The Housing and Property Chamber of the First Tier Tribunal for Scotland is there to help tenants if their accommodation is not up to a certain standard.|The Housing and Property Chamber of the First Tier Tribunal for Scotland is there to help tenants if their accommodation is not up to a certain standard.

  • Energy efficiency

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/healthy_homes/saving_energy

    This page gives tips on the ways you can save energy and money in your home.|This page gives tips on the ways you can save energy and money in your home.|This page gives tips on the ways you can save energy and money in your home.|This page gives tips on the ways you can save energy and money in your home.

  • Looking for a home

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/guides/renting_privately/looking_for_a_home

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