Gaelic

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, which does not exceed 10 years.  

  • Subletting your croft does not affect a tenant’s security of tenure.  
  • Subletting does not require you to register your croft with the Keeper of Registers of Scotland

 

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