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  • 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.

  • 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 by sheriff officers

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

    Most tenants can only be evicted if their landlord gets an eviction order from the court. Your landlord still doesn't have the right to make you leave, but they can get sheriff officers to evict you.|Most tenants can only be evicted if their landlord gets an eviction order from the court. Your landlord still doesn't have the right to make you leave, but they can get sheriff officers to evict you.|Most tenants can only be evicted if their landlord gets an eviction order from the court. Your landlord still doesn't have the right to make you leave, but they can get sheriff officers to evict you.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Boundary disputes

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

    If you're not sure where the boundaries of your house or garden are, or if you've been having arguments with your neighbour about who owns what, this page can help.|If you're not sure where the boundaries of your house or garden are, or if you've been having arguments with your neighbour about who owns what, this page can help.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Eviction due to repossession

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

    What happens to tenants when a property is foreclosed? You can only be forced to leave (evicted) if your lender has a warrant of ejection. They cannot make you leave with just a court order to sell your home.|What happens to tenants when a property is foreclosed? You can only be forced to leave (evicted) if your lender has a warrant of ejection. They cannot make you leave with just a court order to sell your home.|What happens to tenants when a property is foreclosed? You can only be forced to leave (evicted) if your lender has a warrant of ejection. They cannot make you leave with just a court order to sell your home.