Under a Scottish rental agreement, you are not allowed to run a business from your home. However, if you ask your landlord`s permission in writing, they can allow you to do so, although they can also increase your rent. In addition, if you run a business from your home, this can affect all housing allowances that you can collect. 1.2 The revised Scottish Secure Tenancy Agreement Model was established on behalf of the Scottish Government to reflect substantial changes in the rights that tenants have, pursuant to the terms of their tenancy agreement, in accordance with Part 2 of the Housing (Scotland) Act 2014 (“Act 2014”). It will help social leaseholders review their own leases from May 1, 2019, when most of the provisions of the 2014 Act will come into effect. The revised model also takes into account the provisions of the 2014 Attribution, Sublease, Joint Leases and Estates Act, which will come into force on November 1, 2019. If a tenant wishes to leave, they must inform you and your landlord for four weeks in a written letter. This has no influence on your lease which continues as usual (unless you have to pay the full rent). 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. 1.3 While the 2002 model should no longer be used by social landlords from May 1, 2019 as the basis for their own leases, landlords may nevertheless consider the legal commentary in Section 4 of the 2002 model to be useful (but should seek independent legal advice if they are uncertain on a particular issue). If you wish to leave the property and leave your Scottish apartment, you must inform your landlord in writing for four weeks. If you have a common Scottish tenant contract (see below), other tenants must also provide written information, unless they wish to take over your tenancy agreement. If you are married, live in a registered partnership or live with a partner, your landlord may also need their consent before terminating the Scottish lease.
If no other family member lives with you or if they do not choose to succeed, Scottish security may be given to a carer who lives with you and has abandoned their primary home to care for you or a family member (from 1 November 2019, they must have lived with you within the last 12 months). The link below shows examples of the ESS agreement used by the Clydebank Housing Association, one for multi-storey real estate and the other for all other actions.