Landlord and Tenant Board's role is to provide information about the Residential Tenancies Act (RTA) and to resolve disputes between most residential landlords and tenants.
Disputes between most residential landlords and tenants are adjudicated at hearings or resolved with the assistance of Landlord and Tenant Board appointed mediators.
Duty counsel is available at no cost to tenants, but this service is not available to landlords at the hearings. Landlords must seek legal counsel elsewhere. Jaclyn is a licensed realtor and licensed paralegal and has dealt with a wide variety of situations for both Landlords and Tenants throughout her careers.
An action at the Landlord and Tenant Board (LTB) is commenced by a landlord by serving a Notice, which advises a tenant(s) that there are issues which the landlord wishes to have corrected or addressed within a prescribed time period.
Disregarding a Notice will invariably result in the service of an Application and a Notice of Hearing.
Jaclyn can advise and represent either tenants or landlords and guide them through the Applicant/Respondent process to a productive and successful final or interim decision.
Jaclyn can advise and represent either tenants or landlords and guide them through the Applicant/Respondent processes to a productive and successful final and/or interim decision.
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