Start Updating your tenant lease

Updating your tenant lease

It's a simple, convenient, online tool which will help you meet your legal obligation to provide your tenant with all the written terms of their tenancy and the relevant notes.

They also have to let you know if that person moves out.

The 2016 Act tells you how you can increase the rent and what other charges you can make.

By law, you must provide your tenant with either the ' Easy read notes for the Scottish Government model private residential tenancy agreement' or the ' Private Residential Tenancy Statutory Terms Supporting Notes'.

If you do not use the Scottish Government Model Private Residential Tenancy Agreement online tool or pdf version, you must give your tenant a copy of the ' Private Residential Tenancy Statutory Terms Supporting Notes'.

Your tenant must give you reasonable access to the property.

This includes letting you: The tenant must tell you their name and what their relationship is to the tenant.

For example, if your tenant is initially using the let property as their second home during the week while working away from their main home, they are likely to have a common law tenancy as the let property is not their only or principal home.