Landlord Tenant Law

Landlord Tenant Law - example tenant building.Dealing effectively with Landlord Tenant Law issues can be time consuming and frustrating and there are proper procedures that must be followed in order for you to obtain the desired outcome you are looking for in regards to your tenancy problem. Many landlords and tenants start off with an amicable relationship and then somewhere along the way something goes wrong.  Most of these situations can be avoided before they occur as long as you proceed in the right manner. The lease agreement is the first important step when renting a unit. It is important for the Landlord to know who they are renting to before entering into the agreement. Knowing the exceptions of your Landlord and what is in your lease agreement is also another important aspect to consider as a tenant.

The most important factor when dealing with Landlord Tenant Law is that you need to act quickly when problems arise in order to keep your income property and investment protected from an ambiguous situation and a bad tenant. From the tenant’s prospective you need to communicate with your landlord to alleviate misunderstandings.

A legal defence will assist you in determining what approach is the most productive when pursuing your Landlord Tenant Law issues. Sometimes we can rectify the problem through mediation between the landlord and the tenant; by issuing a simple letter stating what the problem is, or by serving your tenant or landlord with the proper notice from the Landlord Tenant Board.

If you do need to proceed to the Landlord Tenant Board, A Legal Defence will take care of it all for you by:

  • Preparing, filing your application/forms, with the Landlord Tenant Board
  • Serving all the required forms, or hearing notices to your tenant ot landlord
  • Preparing for the hearing and representing you at the LTB Tribunal hearing
  • Performing any other required tribunal procedures necessary

Call us today for information on how A Legal Defence can help you deal effectively with your tenancy problems and protect your rights and your property.