Common Landlord Tenant Disputes

Landlord and tenant relationships can be very peaceful when both parties understand and respect each other’s legal rights and responsibilities. Conflicts often arise when one party fails to do what the contract or the policy says. For example, the landlord has the responsibility to make sure that the place being rented out is safe and habitable. Otherwise, they will be fined.

Also, the tenants have their share of keeping the place clean and tidy. Typically, tenants are required to pay a deposit, and when they leave, whatever unacceptable damages to the property they caused will be deducted from it. However, landlords should also make sure that the charges are fair and just. If not, tenants can complain or file a dispute.

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