Unfortunately many landlords in the private rented sector will, at some point, have problem tenants resulting in the requirement to seek landlord legal advice to resolve the situation.
From non-payment of rent to anti-social behaviour, landlords should be aware of the legal steps they can take to deal with issues swiftly and resolve them as quickly as possible!
Our basic legal guide outlines the five most common areas of concern and how best to deal with them.
- The tenant who doesn’t pay rent
- The anti-social tenant
- The tenant who won’t let you in
- The tenant who damages your property
- The tenant who disappears
Our free legal guide is intended to help you understand problem tenants in Scotland and hopefully ensure you are better prepared to cope if you encounter one. Enter your details to download our guide.
If you have specific questions in relation to any aspects of Scottish tenancy law and with problem tenants in particular, don’t hesitate to contact our LetLaw team, who have significant experience in dealing with landlord queries.
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