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AND OTHER INFORMATION. THE REPAIRING STANDARD The Landlord is responsible for ensuring that the Let Property meets the Repairing Standard. The Landlord must carry out a pre-tenancy check of the Let Property to identify work required to meet the Repairing Standard (described below) and notify the Tenant of any such work. The Landlord also has a duty to repair and maintain the Let Property from the start date of the tenancy and throughout the tenancy. This includes a duty to make good any damage caused by doing this work. On becoming aware of a defect, the Landlord must complete the work within a reasonable time. A privately rented Let Property must meet the Repairing Standard as follows:  The Let Property must be wind and water tight and in all other respects reasonably fit for people to live in.  The structure and exterior (including drains, gutters and external pipes) must be in a reasonable state of repair and in proper working order.  Installations for supplying water, gas and electricity and for sanitation, space heating and heating water must be in a reasonable state of repair and in proper working order.  Any fixtures, fittings and appliances that the Landlord provides under the tenancy must be in a reasonable state of repair and in proper working order.  Any furnishings that the Landlord provides under the tenancy must be capable of being used safely for the purpose for which they are designed.  The Let Property must have a satisfactory way of detecting fires and for giving warning in the event of a fire or suspected fire1.  The Let Property must have a satisfactory way of giving warning if there is a hazardous concentration of carbon monoxide gas2. More detail on the Repairing Standard is available in the Easy Read Notes for the Scottish Government Model Private Residential Tenancy Agreement, or on the Scottish Government website. If the Tenant believes that the Landlord has failed to ensure that the Let Property meets the Repairing Standard at all times during the tenancy, he or she should discuss this with the Landlord in the first instance. If the Landlord does not rectify the problem within a reasonable time, the Tenant has the right to apply to the First-tier Tribunal for Scotland Housing and Property Chamber (“the Tribunal”). The Tribunal may reject the application; consider whether the case can be resolved by the Tenant and Landlord (for example, by agreeing to mediation); consider the application; or reject the case. The Tribunal has power to require a Lan...
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