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Ask SafeDeposits: Should I have a pet clause in my tenancy agreement?
Ask SafeDeposits: Should I have a pet clause in my tenancy agreement?
"It is further agreed between the Landlord and Tenant that the Landlord grants permission for the Tenant to keep a pet {insert animal type and breed} named {insert animal name} ("The Pet") in The Property for the duration of the Tenancy. The Tenant agrees not to keep or permit to be kept on the Property any further pets or animals of any description without the previous consent in writing of the Landlord."
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Prescribed information

The Tenancy Deposit Schemes (Scotland) Regulations 2011 also require you to give your tenant(s) some key information about their deposit. To help you do this, we've created the template below.

All fields must be completed and a copy must be given to all tenants listed on the tenancy agreement within 30 working days of the tenancy start date.

Please note that the prescribed information is not the same as the deposit protection certificate that we send to all parties. Failure to give this information to your tenant(s) could result in you being ordered to pay the tenant up to the equivalent of three times the deposit.