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Subletting

Subletting is the term used to describe the arrangement where a croft tenant allows another person (known as the subtenant) to work all, or any part, of their croft and/or the shares in a common grazing for a fixed period of time.  

  • Subletting your croft does not affect a tenant’s security of tenure.  
  • A sublet of longer than 10 years will also need the agreement of your landlord. 
  • Subletting does not require you to register your croft with the Keeper of Registers of Scotland

 

Subletting

Common Grazings Regulations Consultation

We're consulting on new draft Common Grazings Regulations. More details can be found under Common Grazings/Regulated Common Grazings.

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