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  • 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.

  • 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

  • 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.

  • Paying rent

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

    This section looks at how you pay rent and what you can do if your rent goes up or you can't afford to pay your rent.|This section looks at how you pay rent and what you can do if your rent goes up or you can't afford to pay your rent.|This section looks at how you pay rent and what you can do if your rent goes up or you can't afford to pay your rent.

  • 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.

  • How we can help

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

    We can give you advice, information and help with legal and practical issues. All of our services are free, professional and independent.|We can give you advice, information and help with legal and practical issues. All of our services are free, professional and independent.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • The private residential tenancy

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/renting_rights/renting_from_a_private_landlord/the_private_residential_tenancy

    From 1 December 2017 the private residential tenancy replaced assured and short assured tenancies as the main tenancy type for private renters.|From 1 December 2017 the private residential tenancy replaced assured and short assured tenancies as the main tenancy type for private renters.|From 1 December 2017 the private residential tenancy replaced assured and short assured tenancies as the main tenancy type for private renters.