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  • Simple procedure actions

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/complaints_and_court_action/raising_and_defending_actions_in_court/simple_procedure_actions

    Small claims is the simplest type of civil law case that sheriff courts can deal with.Check the process of raising and defending an action in a small claims court in Scotland.|Small claims is the simplest type of civil law case that sheriff courts can deal with.Check the process of raising and defending an action in a small claims court in Scotland.|Small claims is the simplest type of civil law case that sheriff courts can deal with.Check the process of raising and defending an action in a small claims court in Scotland.

  • Get advice

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

    Free housing and homelessness advice and information, including housing benefits, council housing, tenants' rights, mortgage arrears, repossession, eviction and neighbour problems.|Free housing and homelessness advice and information, including housing benefits, council housing, tenants' rights, mortgage arrears, repossession, eviction and neighbour problems.

  • Solicitors' fees and charges

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/complaints_and_court_action/legal_costs/solicitors_fees_and_charges

    Solicitors can charge fees for their advice and representation. Depending on what your case is about, there may also be other costs. This page explains more.|Solicitors can charge fees for their advice and representation. Depending on what your case is about, there may also be other costs. This page explains more.|Solicitors can charge fees for their advice and representation. Depending on what your case is about, there may also be other costs. This page explains more.

  • Checklists

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  • Unprotected deposits

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

    Not all deposits need to be registered. This page explains which deposits don't need to be registered, what a deposit covers and how to get your deposit back.|Not all deposits need to be registered. This page explains which deposits don't need to be registered, what a deposit covers and how to get your deposit back.|Not all deposits need to be registered. This page explains which deposits don't need to be registered, what a deposit covers and how to get your deposit back.

  • Getting a mortgage if you're disabled and on benefits

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/paying_for_a_home/mortgages/getting_a_mortgage/getting_a_mortgage_if_youre_disabled

    Find out what to consider when applying for a mortgage if you have a disability and how you can get help to pay your mortgage interest and service charges.|Find out what to consider when applying for a mortgage if you have a disability and how you can get help to pay your mortgage interest and service charges.|Find out what to consider when applying for a mortgage if you have a disability and how you can get help to pay your mortgage interest and service charges.

  • Summary cause actions

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/complaints_and_court_action/raising_and_defending_actions_in_court/summary_cause_actions

    Summary cause procedure deals with claims £3,000 to £5,000. If your landlord is taking you to court to try and evict you, they must use the summary cause procedure.|Summary cause procedure deals with claims £3,000 to £5,000. If your landlord is taking you to court to try and evict you, they must use the summary cause procedure.|Summary cause procedure deals with claims £3,000 to £5,000. If your landlord is taking you to court to try and evict you, they must use the summary cause procedure.

  • Ordinary cause actions

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/complaints_and_court_action/raising_and_defending_actions_in_court/ordinary_cause_actions

    If your case involves a claim for more than £5,000 or is about an issue that involves complicated law (like divorce) it'll be dealt with under ordinary cause procedure. This page explains more.|If your case involves a claim for more than £5,000 or is about an issue that involves complicated law (like divorce) it'll be dealt with under ordinary cause procedure. This page explains more.|If your case involves a claim for more than £5,000 or is about an issue that involves complicated law (like divorce) it'll be dealt with under ordinary cause procedure. This page explains more.

  • Court action and repossession

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

    If your home is being repossessed then your lender will have to take you to court. This section tells you all you need to know about the repossession process.|If your home is being repossessed then your lender will have to take you to court. This section tells you all you need to know about the repossession process.|If your home is being repossessed then your lender will have to take you to court. This section tells you all you need to know about the repossession process.

  • Complaining about an estate agent

    https://scotland.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/advice_topics/complaints_and_court_action/making_complaints/complaining_about_an_estate_agent

    Get tips if you want to complain about an estate agent. You should complain to the agency first, but if you're not happy with the response, you may be able to take the matter further.|Get tips if you want to complain about an estate agent. You should complain to the agency first, but if you're not happy with the response, you may be able to take the matter further.|Get tips if you want to complain about an estate agent. You should complain to the agency first, but if you're not happy with the response, you may be able to take the matter further.