In reality any number of people can own a property although practically the more owners there are logistically the more issues there may be when it comes to managing the property and ultimately selling it.
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Less haste, more speed! Why you can't evict a private tenant in Scotland on grounds which haven't yet occurred
The Upper Tribunal has recently published its decision in an appeal case which involved a novel approach by a landlord who was perhaps a little too eager to obtain an order for eviction. The case is a great example of where a significant waste of time and expense could easily have been avoided with the application of a little patience.
The Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR) recently wrote to social landlords informing them of a number of cyber-attacks which were deliberately targeted at social landlords. Here we look at what can be done to keep your organisation safe.
The COSLA's 2019 Annual Conference includes a session hosted by Scottish Empty Homes Partnership on Empty Homes - The Asset on our Doorsteps. This has been a hot topic in recent years and here we take a look at the current state of play.
Housing issues are more topical than ever, featuring regularly in the media. In Scotland, private residential tenancies also created, partly to provide additional security of tenure to tenants. This includes the abolition of the no-fault procedure for seeking recovery of a property. A recent set of cases in England, relating to asylum seekers' housing rights, touches on important points regarding when landlords can gain entry to a property.