An AT5 is the special message your landlord must give you if they want your rental agreement to be short and unsecured. You must receive an AT5 before changing ownership, or it will not be a short secure rental agreement. The form must be completed or it will not be official. A landlord is also legally required to give a tenant a series of notes accompanying their rental terms. When a landlord uses the Scottish Government Model Private Residential Tenant Agreement, a landlord must communicate these indications to their tenant: a change of owner does not create a new lease, the original contract is maintained. The group made a key recommendation, namely to replace the current secure leasing regime with a new leasing regime for all future private sector leases. The group also agreed that the new lease should offer clarity, simplicity, ease of use and flexibility. NB: When entering into your own contract, you should be aware that clause 2 for rent increases, clauses 6, 7 and 8 relating to access to repairs and clause 9 for termination in the 2017 Private Residential Rent Regulation (Scotland) deviate slightly from the corresponding sections of the model tenancy agreement, and this must be expressed in your agreement. Signing incentives are bonuses given by the landlord to the tenant, usually for signing a tenancy agreement or signing a fixed-term tenancy agreement. You can include a free monthly rent or a rent reduction for temporary rental months. If the tenant violates the tenancy agreement, he or she must generally repay these incentives.
The lessor`s obligations are defined by the conditions contained in the lease and by the specific laws for the location of the property. The landlord`s primary obligation is to allow the tenant to enjoy the property peacefully. If you violate the term of the lease, you are responsible for correcting it. If you are the tenant, this may mean that you are paying money to solve any problems caused by you or your guests. If you do not pay voluntarily to correct the offence, you may be prosecuted for damages caused by the offence or likely to be evicted by the owner. Short secure leases ensure the security of the mandate during the agreed lease period. During this period, a tenant cannot be evicted until he breaks any of the terms of the tenancy agreement. At the end of the agreed deadline, the lessor has the right to request the withdrawal if he chooses to withdraw. However, the tenant may remain until the court gives a property order to the landlord.