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  • Owning a mobile home

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

    Most people who own their mobile homes still need to rent a pitch for it. If you own a mobile home on a rented pitch, your rights are determined by the law and your agreement with the site owner.|Most people who own their mobile homes still need to rent a pitch for it. If you own a mobile home on a rented pitch, your rights are determined by the law and your agreement with the site owner.|Most people who own their mobile homes still need to rent a pitch for it. If you own a mobile home on a rented pitch, your rights are determined by the law and your agreement with the site owner.

  • Tenancy deposit schemes

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

    Landlords have to register your tenancy deposit within 30 working days of the tenancy starting, find out more about Scottish tenancy deposit schemes here.|Landlords have to register your tenancy deposit within 30 working days of the tenancy starting, find out more about Scottish tenancy deposit schemes here.|Landlords have to register your tenancy deposit within 30 working days of the tenancy starting, find out more about Scottish tenancy deposit schemes here.

  • Other benefits

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

    Depending on your circumstances, you may be entitled to claim other benefits. For example if you have a disability or are a parent you might find this page helpful.|Depending on your circumstances, you may be entitled to claim other benefits. For example if you have a disability or are a parent you might find this page helpful.|Depending on your circumstances, you may be entitled to claim other benefits. For example if you have a disability or are a parent you might find this page helpful.

  • Mortgage arrears

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

    If you fall behind with your mortgage payments you could risk losing your home. This section has advice on what you can do if you are having problems paying your mortgage.|If you fall behind with your mortgage payments you could risk losing your home. This section has advice on what you can do if you are having problems paying your mortgage.|If you fall behind with your mortgage payments you could risk losing your home. This section has advice on what you can do if you are having problems paying your mortgage.

  • What is homelessness?

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

    View our coronavirus (COVID-19) housing advice. ... You can get advice from Shelter Scotland's free housing advice helpline on 0808 800 4444, Citizens Advice, your local council or a local advice agency.

  • Housing Association shared ownership rights

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

    Shared ownership schemes allow you to buy a share in a housing association property and pay a reduced 'rent', called an occupancy payment. See what you should ask about if you are interested.|Shared ownership schemes allow you to buy a share in a housing association property and pay a reduced 'rent', called an occupancy payment. See what you should ask about if you are interested.|Shared ownership schemes allow you to buy a share in a housing association property and pay a reduced 'rent', called an occupancy payment. See what you should ask about if you are interested.

  • Eviction process for assured tenants

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

    How and why assured tenants can be evicted by private landlords. Explains notice to quit, notice of proceedings, AT6s, summons and your rights as an assured tenant.|How and why assured tenants can be evicted by private landlords. Explains notice to quit, notice of proceedings, AT6s, summons and your rights as an assured tenant.|How and why assured tenants can be evicted by private landlords. Explains notice to quit, notice of proceedings, AT6s, summons and your rights as an assured tenant.

  • Discrimination and harassment

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

    What you can do if the council or your landlord treats you less favourably or harrasses you. This could be due to your race, sexual orientation or gender for example.|What you can do if the council or your landlord treats you less favourably or harrasses you. This could be due to your race, sexual orientation or gender for example.|What you can do if the council or your landlord treats you less favourably or harrasses you. This could be due to your race, sexual orientation or gender for example.

  • 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.

  • Eviction of common law tenants

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

    Common law tenants live with their landlord, in halls or stay in council temporary accommodation. Check your tenancy rights against eviction as a common law tenant.|Common law tenants live with their landlord, in halls or stay in council temporary accommodation. Check your tenancy rights against eviction as a common law tenant.|Common law tenants live with their landlord, in halls or stay in council temporary accommodation. Check your tenancy rights against eviction as a common law tenant.