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Private Residential Tenancy for a House checklist

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Here are a few important steps to take to finish your document

Read the document to make sure it meets your needs and that everyone involved agrees with the Private Residential Tenancy for a House.

Remember that if you have any questions you can easily Ask a lawyer.

For more information, read Residential tenancies in Scotland.

Renting property in Scotland is regulated by law. Ensure that you have made all the necessary preparations including, but not limited to:

The parties (ie the landlord and tenant) must each sign the Private Residential Tenancy for a House.

Signing online

  1. You can sign online using RocketSign.

  2. The parties to the Private Residential Tenancy for a House will receive an email invite to sign online.

Signing in print

  1. Print a copy for each party to the Private Residential Tenancy for a House.

  2. Each party must sign and date both copies.

The date of the Private Residential Tenancy for a House is the date on which the parties signed, if that was the same day. If they signed on different days, it is the day when the last person signed.

Each party should keep their own original signed Private Residential Tenancy for a House.

A copy of the Private Residential Tenancy for a House will be stored automatically in your Rocket Lawyer account ‘Dashboard’.

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