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Information for existing tenants

As a tenant, you have various obligations set out in your lease. Please make sure that you have read and understood the lease. Information on a tenant’s typical responsibilities is provided in the Tenants Guide.

Rent queries

If you require information relating to rental payment or accounts, please contact us at estates.mgt@fife.gov.uk

If you have difficulty making payments, please contact us at income.recovery@fife.gov.uk to discuss options.

Insurance

A requirement of your lease is that all buildings must be insured. Leases with Fife Council require the landlord to insure the building and the tenant to reimburse the premium.

The Council has two levels of insurance cover:

  • 0021 - the vast majority of buildings leased to tenants are insured on on this policy.
  • 0041 - some tenants require the additional cost of the wider cover provided by this policy.

If you have any queries regarding the insurance cover provided or the premium charged, please contact us at risk.management@fife.gov.uk

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