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  • Solicitors

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

    Solicitors can give you detailed advice on your rights and can also represent you in court. This page explains how to get a solicitor and how they can help you.|Solicitors can give you detailed advice on your rights and can also represent you in court. This page explains how to get a solicitor and how they can help you.|Solicitors can give you detailed advice on your rights and can also represent you in court. This page explains how to get a solicitor and how they can help you.

  • 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.

  • Domestic violence and abuse help

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/families_and_households/domestic_abuse

    How to tackle housing issues around domestic violence and abuse: finding somewhere to live, what to do if you're homeless due to domestic abuse and how to exclude the abusive partner from your home.|How to tackle housing issues around domestic violence and abuse: finding somewhere to live, what to do if you're homeless due to domestic abuse and how to exclude the abusive partner from your home.|How to tackle housing issues around domestic violence and abuse: finding somewhere to live, what to do if you're homeless due to domestic abuse and how to exclude the abusive partner from your home.|How to tackle housing issues around domestic violence and abuse: finding somewhere to live, what to do if you're homeless due to domestic abuse and how to exclude the abusive partner from your home.

  • Checklists

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

    Loads to think about? Don't forget the essentials.

  • 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.

  • Tenancy deposit schemes

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/information_for_landlords/tenancy_deposit_schemes

    All landlords have to pay their tenants' deposits into a tenancy deposit scheme. Find out more about the three tenancy deposit schemes here.|All landlords have to pay their tenants' deposits into a tenancy deposit scheme. Find out more about the three tenancy deposit schemes here.

  • Living Together - Common Law Rights

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/families_and_households/living_together

    If you live with a partner your cohabitation rights depend on if you rent or own your home and if you are married or in a civil partnership. There's no common law marriage in Scotland.|If you live with a partner your cohabitation rights depend on if you rent or own your home and if you are married or in a civil partnership. There's no common law marriage in Scotland.|If you live with a partner your cohabitation rights depend on if you rent or own your home and if you are married or in a civil partnership. There's no common law marriage in Scotland.

  • Families and households

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

    This section looks at housing issues that can arise when you live with other people. It explains your rights if you share rented accommodation and also your position if your relationship breaks down.|This section looks at housing issues that can arise when you live with other people. It explains your rights if you share rented accommodation and also your position if your relationship breaks down.|This section looks at housing issues that can arise when you live with other people. It explains your rights if you share rented accommodation and also your position if your relationship breaks down.

  • Challenging council homelessness decisions

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

    If you disagree with a decision the council has made on your homeless application, it may be possible to challenge the decision and get it overturned.|If you disagree with a decision the council has made on your homeless application, it may be possible to challenge the decision and get it overturned.|If you disagree with a decision the council has made on your homeless application, it may be possible to challenge the decision and get it overturned.

  • Other housing costs

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

    Other costs involved when you live in rented accommodation or own your own home. Unfortunately your rent or mortgage is only the start of it!|Other costs involved when you live in rented accommodation or own your own home. Unfortunately your rent or mortgage is only the start of it!|Other costs involved when you live in rented accommodation or own your own home. Unfortunately your rent or mortgage is only the start of it!

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