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    You do not need detectors in bedrooms unless the...

    You do not need detectors in bedrooms unless the property is to be an HMO. Normal Lets do not need them.
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    You can just put it in writing or create a new...

    You can just put it in writing or create a new tenancy at the lower rate.
  3. Notice to Quit & Section 33 Notice. NTQ needs...

    Notice to Quit & Section 33 Notice.

    NTQ needs to be served at least 40 clear days before the ish date. This is normally served at least 2 months in advance however as the Section 33 Notice needs...
  4. There would have been no requirement for the...

    There would have been no requirement for the Landlord to lodge the deposit as she was a Resident Landlord and therefore not required to be Registered. Only in those tenancies where the Landlord is...
  5. There is always the ability to go to small claims...

    There is always the ability to go to small claims if the deposit has not been returned.
  6. Thread: Corporate Let?

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    Just ensure that it doesn't turn into an...

    Just ensure that it doesn't turn into an unlicensed HMO.

    You as the owner of the property are the one responsible for obtaining an HMO Licence if there is to be more than 2 individuals from 2...
  7. You could try for Sheriff discretion, however it...

    You could try for Sheriff discretion, however it is more likely that your only option now will be to pursue the matter in the Sheriff Court via a small claims action.
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    My questions: 1. Does this mean it's a 6month...

    My questions:
    1. Does this mean it's a 6month and 2 day contract, not 6 months (as I expected)? What are the implications?

    Initial Period is 6 months & 1 day. The only implication is that the...
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    It does not need to cost anything if you do it...

    It does not need to cost anything if you do it yourself - All that is required id that a competent person produces a risk assessment and action plan. That competent person can be yourself.

    HSE...
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    Landlord Registration required in Scotland, Wales...

    Landlord Registration required in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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    Legiionella Risk Assessment required in all...

    Legiionella Risk Assessment required in all privately let properties in the UK - Health & Safety Executive
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    All that you have mentioned is required. You may...

    All that you have mentioned is required. You may well need more than 1 CO detector. You need 1 in each room where there is a boiler, carbon fuel outlet, flue or that is by passed by a flue. Each of...
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    Contact the Antisocial Behaviour Team at your...

    Contact the Antisocial Behaviour Team at your local Council.
  14. A rent increase can only be enforced if such...

    A rent increase can only be enforced if such provision is made in the Tenancy Agreement for this. Mutual agreements are fine but if tenant declines then an increase cannot be made.

    If there is no...
  15. You may only increase the rent if the tenancy...

    You may only increase the rent if the tenancy agreement allows for this. If it does not then you will not be able to increase the rent.
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    The Finance Secretary yesterday announced that he...

    The Finance Secretary yesterday announced that he plans to introduce a 3% Additional Levy on the purchase of 2nd and Buy to Let properties from April 2016.
    As set out in the Draft Budget 2016-17,...
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    The changes announced in the Autumn Statement...

    The changes announced in the Autumn Statement will not apply to Scotland.

    There is a separate tax system now in place in Scotland.
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    As you are a resident landlord and exempt from...

    As you are a resident landlord and exempt from Landlord Registration, you did not have to lodge the deposit with one of Deposit Schemes. However you need to remember that the Deposit is your tenant's...
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    If the Washing machine was in the property when...

    If the Washing machine was in the property when the tenant moved in then whether it is on the inventory or not you are responsible for it.
  20. If you moved in June 2014 then the initial period...

    If you moved in June 2014 then the initial period expired December. Tenancy re-establishes on a 6 month basis.
    This means that the Landlord may only serve notice twice a year - every 6 months at the...
  21. If the deposit was not lodged with one of the 3...

    If the deposit was not lodged with one of the 3 Scottish Government Approved Tenancy Deposit Schemes (Safe Deposit Scotland, My Deposits Scotland or LPS Scotland), then you can go to the Sheriff...
  22. How long was the initial tenancy? It is...

    How long was the initial tenancy?

    It is illegal for a Landlord to charge or collect Advance Rent if the tenancy is for 6 months or less, or earlier than 6 months before the end of the tenancy...
  23. PLease remember that it is illegal to charge or...

    PLease remember that it is illegal to charge or collect Advance Rent if the tenancy is for 6 months or less, or earlier than 6 months before the end of the tenancy where the tenancy is for more than...
  24. I assume that the Landlord did not lodge the...

    I assume that the Landlord did not lodge the deposit with one of the 3 Approved Tenancy Deposit Schemes, as required by law, or provide you with the legally prescribed informationabout the Tenacy...
  25. PLease remember that it is illegal to charge or...

    PLease remember that it is illegal to charge or collect Advance Rent if the tenancy is for 6 months or less, or earlier than 6 months before the end of the tenancy where the tenancy is for more than...
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