Anyone who lives with you can apply for your lease to become a joint lease in Scotland, provided it is their main home. You and the potential roommate must write to your landlord and your landlord must accept the common tenancy agreement, unless he or she has a good reason not to do so. If you are planning to argue or are trying to reach a verbal agreement with your tenant or landlord, you can get help from your nearest citizen advisory office. He may also convert a Scottish secure tenancy agreement into a short Scottish secure tenancy agreement if a tenant or a member of the tenant`s household has been granted an anti-social behaviour order against him. A short Scottish lease must be extended by at least 6 months, then 12 months and, in some cases, 18 months. At the end of the Scottish short lease or term extensions, the lessor must either convert the lease into a secure Scottish lease or terminate the lease. If your situation changes (for example. B you have another child, younger children are getting older, another family member comes to live with you) and your home is crowded, you should ask the Council or the housing company to transfer another property. 1.6 Owners may include or vary other clauses in their own lease agreements as long as the requirements of the 2001 Act, the Housing (Scotland) Act 2010 and the 2014 Act are met and met. Owners and landlords cannot charge registration fees with the rental agency, credit checks or administrative fees. All fees charged by the lessor for the creation or renewal of a lease are also illegal. Learn more about illegal fees and deposits. A private landlord or landlord can apply for a deposit before signing a rental agreement.
It is sometimes referred to as “key money” or “holding deposit.” You must return the money as soon as the lease begins, or if you decide not to take the lease. If they do not refund you, it becomes an illegal tax, also known as a premium. A municipality, housing company or other social landlord cannot discriminate against you because of your disability, your gender change, your rights to pregnancy and motherhood, race, religion or belief, gender or sexual orientation. These are called “protected features.” This means they can`t do certain things just because of your protected properties, such as: if you are a public sector tenant, you normally have a secure Scottish lease or, exceptionally, a short Secure Scottish lease.