The Housing (Scotland) Act 2014 introduced a mechanism for resolution of disputes that arise in dealings with letting agents. From 31 January 2018, a tenant, landlord or the Scottish Ministers can apply to the First-tier Tribunal for Scotland Housing and Property Chamber where they feel that a letting agent has failed to comply with the letting agent code of practice.
There are some pre-application requirements that must be met before an application can be submitted. Please use the menu on the right to view the FAQs and find out more about this and the tribunal application process; or to view and download the relevant application form and guidance.
This part of the site is for applications under Rule 95 of the First-tier Tribunal for Scotland Housing and Property Chamber (Procedure)(Regulations) 2017 only. For applications relating to appeals or extensions for letting agent registration, please return to the Apply to the Tribunal Page, and select the relevant Rule from the list on that page.