Property Disputes Lawyers Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness & Aberdeen, Scotland
The area of law governing tenancy, property rental and leasing and landlords and tenants rights is complex indeed. If you are a landlord or tenant who requires legal advice in respect of any aspect of your property, contact us now.
Solicitors for landlords and tenants
Under Scottish housing law, landlords and tenants have a range of rights and obligations. Landlords are bound to operate within these laws or they may face fines, prison or being banned from acting as landlords ever again.
The landlord’s main duty is to ensure the safety of their tenants. The Housing Scotland Act legislation covers all kinds of property across the housing sector in Scotland, with safety the prime concern. Houses in Scotland must be properly built, inspected, licensed, managed and registered.
However, if you are in any doubt about legal matters surrounding the Housing Scotland Act, or any related issues at all, you should contact a Complete Clarity solicitor for advice.
Legal advice on tenants & landlords
Whether tenant or landlord, we can help you understand the various regulations of the Housing Scotland Act. We can help you with eviction advice, advice on landlord's rights, indeed all the major housing legislations which affect housing across Scotland.
Our housing solicitors help our clients in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Paisley, Motherwell, Ayr, Hamilton, Dumbarton and throughout Scotland.
We advise on:
- Eviction / Notice to Quit
- Tenant Rental Deposit Reclaims
- Letting Advice
- House Repossession Advice
- Commercial Property Litigation
- Landlord and Tenant Disputes
- Neighbour Disputes
This is a privately funded fixed fee specialist legal service.
Contact our solicitors in Glasgow, Edinburgh, East Kilbride, Inverness & Aberdeen, Scotland for a Free* housing law consultation
Complete Clarity Solicitors are based in Glasgow City Centre, Shawlands, East Kilbride & Edinburgh, however, we provide legal advice throughout Scotland. call us today on 0808 168 5822 or complete our online enquiry form and let us help you.