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Residential Tenancy Dispute Resolution Service
The Residential Tenancy Dispute Resolution Service (RTDRS) allows landlords and tenants to resolve disputes without going to court. If there is a rental dispute, either the landlord or the tenant can file an application with the RTDRS for different remedies. The matter will be heard by a Tenancy Dispute Officer, and his/her decision is binding on all parties involved in the dispute.
To find out if the RTDRS is available in your area, go to the RTDRS website.
The RTDRS website has all of the material that you’ll need for the hearing, including:
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