Glasgow’s tenement market is on fire.
Here’s how you can get in the game and save a chunk on your house.
Buy the property from a local developer or broker.
Buy a ten-year lease or sublet it. 3.
Find out how much rent you will be paying.
If you are renting out a unit, ask to be moved to the other side of the property.
If a landlord is letting tenants into the unit, then the tenant must pay rent for the entire tenancy.
If the tenant is evicted, then a deposit is due.
If someone is evading rent, then they must pay back the deposit.
The landlord can ask you to repay the deposit, but the landlord must repay it within three months.
You must notify the tenant within 14 days if they are evicted.
If they do not move within 30 days, they must return the deposit and pay the tenant back the rent.
If it is a new tenant who moves in, they will pay rent to the landlord.
If your landlord wants to evict you, the landlord can evict you by telling you that you have breached the tenancy agreement.
If there is a fire, you can call the police.
The tenant must vacate within three days.
The owner must pay the rent, if the tenant has not paid.
The rent must be paid on the day the tenancy ends.
If all goes well, the tenant pays the rent within the three-month period.
If not, the property is forfeited to the city.
If property is sold or rented out, it must be returned to the owner.
If anyone is in possession of the house, they are required to pay the full rent.
The law says that a tenancies’ council can impose fines for non-payment of rent.
If people are evading their rent, they should call the council.
The council can make an application to the court for a restraining order.
The judge can issue an order against someone.
The court can issue a warrant for the arrest of the person.
If police raid the house or arrest someone, the police must give notice to the tenant.
If an eviction takes place, the person who is evaded will not be allowed to leave.