Your rights and responsibilities

We want you to enjoy living in your home but you have responsibilities as part of your tenancy agreement.

Your tenancy agreement, either a Short Assured Tenancy or a Private Residential Tenancy, contains the rights and responsibilities you have as a tenant and our responsibilities as your landlord. If you have a joint tenancy, both tenants have equal rights and responsibilities under the tenancy agreement.

Your rights and responsibilities

You:

  • have the right to occupy your home if you (and anyone living with, or visiting you) follow the terms of your tenancy agreement
  • must occupy your property as your only home
  • must pay your rent on time
  • must treat staff and neighbours with respect and not act in an anti-social or threatening way
  • must keep your property and common areas in good order and report repairs at once
  • must allow access to your property for any repairs, checks, annual visits or planned maintenance work
  • must allow access to your property for tenancy visits
  • must request permission before carrying out any alterations or decorative works you want to make. This includes the installation of image capturing devices (CCTV)
  • must request permission for pets, which will be considered on a case by case basis

Our key responsibilities

Are:

  • maintaining our properties to a high standard, making sure they are warm, secure and comfortable
  • informing and consulting with you on any changes to the services you receive

More information

If you have any questions, please contact us on 01324 417180 or lettings@curb.scot.

 

C~urb Lettings is a trading name of C-urb 6 Ltd. C-urb 6 Ltd is a registered company incorporated in Scotland under the Companies Acts (Company Number SC216273) and is a Registered Letting Agent under the Letting Agent Registration (Scotland) Regulations 2016 (Registration Number LARN1907019)