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  • 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.

  • Antisocial behaviour in Scotland

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

    What you can do about anti social behaviour if you are having problems in your area. If your neighbours are complaining about you, this section will help you to work out where you stand and also specific legislation in Scotland regarding antisocial behaviour.|What you can do about anti social behaviour if you are having problems in your area. If your neighbours are complaining about you, this section will help you to work out where you stand and also specific legislation in Scotland regarding antisocial behaviour.|What you can do about anti social behaviour if you are having problems in your area. If your neighbours are complaining about you, this section will help you to work out where you stand and also specific legislation in Scotland regarding antisocial behaviour.

  • Homeless people's rights

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

    If you are homeless you may have rights to help from the council's housing and social work departments. You may still claim benefits, access medical help, or vote.|If you are homeless you may have rights to help from the council's housing and social work departments. You may still claim benefits, access medical help, or vote.|If you are homeless you may have rights to help from the council's housing and social work departments. You may still claim benefits, access medical help, or vote.

  • Buying a home

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

    How to buy a home in Scotland. Includes grants that may be available to help you. If you are a council or housing association tenant, you may have the right to buy your home.|How to buy a home in Scotland. Includes grants that may be available to help you. If you are a council or housing association tenant, you may have the right to buy your home.|How to buy a home in Scotland. Includes grants that may be available to help you. If you are a council or housing association tenant, you may have the right to buy your home.

  • Guides

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

    Welcome to Shelter Scotland. This site uses cookies. Read ourMore:. Search site. Search. Search site. Search. Guides. Shelter, the National Campaign for Homeless People Limited. Charity number 263710 (England &Wales), SC002327 (Scotland). Company

  • Rents and deposits

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

    Help with your rent. If you are on a low income or you are already receiving other benefits, 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

  • 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.

  • Eviction of private tenants

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

    Check the eviction process private landlords must follow to evict you from your tenancy. For assured tenants, short assured tenants and regulated tenants.|Check the eviction process private landlords must follow to evict you from your tenancy. For assured tenants, short assured tenants and regulated tenants.|Check the eviction process private landlords must follow to evict you from your tenancy. For assured tenants, short assured tenants and regulated tenants.

  • 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.

  • 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.