If you think your lease has unfair or even illegal terms, you have the right to complain. You can also contact your nearest citizen council office for further advice. If you are a new tenant, your landlord must provide you with these documents before the end of the lease start day. The Scottish Government has published a rental template that allows your landlord to draw up a rental agreement. This lease contains certain legal provisions that include the rights and obligations of both parties, including: Private Housing (Tenancies) (Scotland) Act 2016 – Established private residential tenancies. Your landlord must provide you with a written copy of all the terms of your tenancy with the « Easy-read notes for the Scottish Government model tenancy agreement » or the « Private Residential Tenancy Statutory Terms Supporting Notes ». These may be electronic documents instead of being printed on paper. The notes you need to give your tenant depend on the lease you used. . .