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Review of landlord registration application ‘a fantastic opportunity’ to raise awareness, says CIH Scotland


In its response to the Government, the Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland (CIHS) has called for all landlords to make clear they are complying with all of their legal obligations when applying to the landlord register and for enforcement when standards are not being met. Thelandlord registration system was established in 2006 and registers are managed locally by councils.

All landlords must be registered and have to pass a ‘fit and proper person’ test to make sure they meet the required standards to let properties. Theproposals include increasing registration fees in line with infiation, revision of discounts and some changes to the information that landlords have to provide when they apply to the register.

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