Date: 15th October 2019
Time: 09:00 - 12:50
Law Society of Scotland
144 Morrison Street
CPD Hours: 3hoursThis seminar will provide you with the latest need-to-know guidance of residential tenancies in Scotland, including the introduction of the new Private Rented Tenancy and the creation of the Housing and Property Chamber within the First-Tier Tribunal.
3 hours verifiable CPD
In recent years, the private rented sector in Scotland has expanded rapidly. At the same time, the law and practice of residential tenancies has undergone significant changes. From the introduction of the new Private Rented Tenancy (PRT), to the creation of the Housing and Property Chamber within the First-Tier Tribunal, and the new changes taking place in 2019, there are many practical aspects that practitioners and their clients need to be aware of.
Whether you are new to this area of law or wish to update your knowledge of residential tenancies in Scotland, this seminar will provide you with the latest need-to-know guidance. We will explore the regime introduced by the Private Housing (Tenancies) Scotland Act 2016, discuss the new PRT and its legal and practical implications for landlords and tenants, and offer practical guidance on issuing applications to the First-Tier Tribunal.
At this event you will:
- Gain a comprehensive understanding of the new Private Residential Tenancy and its implications
- Learn about the latest updates and developments
- Get expert guidance on the key issues affecting both landlords’ and tenants’ rights and obligations
- Get practical tips on issuing applications to the First-Tier Tribunal (Housing and Property Chamber)