Evicting a tenant who contravenes a lease agreement is neither a pleasant nor an easy procedure, but in some instances it’s the only course available. For the self-managing landlord, this means dealing with bailiffs and the Residential Tenancy Branch, plus paperwork and court appearances. Failure to adequately prepare for such a case may result in a negative decision by an arbitrator or court. At RE/MAX Professional Rental Management, we’re fully versed in the Residential Tenancy Act, so we can anticipate problems and help win your case. Our aim is to make the process hassle-free for you and to reach a resolution in a timely manner.
Reasons for eviction may include:
▪ Not paying rent or repeatedly paying late
▪ Disturbing neighbours
▪ Willfully causing damage
▪ Involvement in illegal activity
▪ Causing a danger to neighbours, landlord, or landlord’s employees
▪ Housing too many people on a property