It is important to remember that each situation is unique and will be treated on a case-by-case basis depending on the specific circumstances surrounding each dispute.
Resolving any dispute in an amicable fashion is always preferable over initiating legal proceedings at the Rental Board, as this may undermine the relationship between landlord and tenant. However, when all else fails, it then becomes acceptable to seek a resolution of the dispute at the Rental Board.
If you want to make a claim against your landlord, or if you think that your landlord’s claim is without merits, your first reflex should be to call a lawyer who possesses the necessary expertise in order to enforce and protect your rights.
If you are looking for a law firm with reasonable rates, quick and efficient turnaround time for your files and who provides personalized and effective follow-ups, call Schneider Attorneys at (514) 439-1322 ext. 112 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The above noted text should not be construed as providing legal advice or a statement of your claim. The process highlighted above are merely parameters and barometers and do not constitute any warranties and guaranties with regards to your file at hand. We strongly recommend that you seek legal advice with a licensed attorney from the Barreau du Quebec or a notary at the Chambre des Notaires. Each case must be seen and analysed on its merits as the legal process may be complex and cumbersome.