Landlord Tenant Issues - Legal
Provincial laws govern landlord and tenant agreements. Landlords can evict tenants for specific reasons, however, there are typically policies and eviction procedures that must be followed in order to do so. There are many reasons that a landlord-tenant issue can arise. These can include financial concerns, such as not paying rent, often paying rent late, or causing significant and costly damage to the property you are renting. Or, legal considerations, such as tenants conducting illegal behaviour on the property. Eviction can also occur if a landlord wants to tear down or sell a building. In some cases, a landlord can give you notice of eviction, but that notice can be canceled if you correct the situation, for instance, paying past-due rent. The reason for eviction will typically dictate how much notice a landlord must give a tenant. Are you currently renting a property and would like to know your legal rights as either the tenant or landlord? Has your financial situation changed, and you are having trouble paying your rent, and you are afraid that you will be evicted? Do you need help with financial or legal resources in regards to your landlord or tenant situation? We have many sources of support and information. You are not alone. Connect with others who may be going through the same thing, find professional help and resources near you. The Kinjunxion community is here to help.
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Landlord & Tenant Relationship - Rights, Responsibilities & Obligations of Both
The Landlord and Tenant relationships can combative, smooth or indifferent. In this way, the relationship between a landlord and his/her tenant is like any other. The difference between a landlord/tenant
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