Users' questions

How do I contact a tenant board in Nova Scotia?

How do I contact a tenant board in Nova Scotia?

Contact Details

  1. [email protected].
  2. General Inquiries: 902-424-5200.
  3. Toll Free: 1-800-670-4357.

How do I report a landlord in Nova Scotia?

Find this information at or by calling the contact centre at 1-902-424-5200 (toll-free 1-800-670-4357). Put your complaint in writing and deliver it to the other party. Follow up in person or by telephone. Many times, landlords and tenants can work out issues on their own.

How much notice does a landlord have to give a tenant in Nova Scotia?

They must give you four months notice before raising the rent.

What are my rights as a tenant in Nova Scotia?

Your responsibilities as a tenant in Nova Scotia They include: Paying your rent on time and in full on the date it is due. Act reasonably and not disturb other tenants or the landlord in the building. Not engage in illegal acts or conduct an illegal business on the property.

How to apply for residential tenancies in Nova Scotia?

Application to Director to resolve dispute between landlord and tenant (Form J) Apply to the Director of Residential Tenancies to resolve a dispute between landlords and tenants. Affidavit of Service: Residential Tenancies (Form L) Landlords and tenants use Form L to swear that they’ve served residential tenancy documents on the other party.

What kind of Rights do landlords have in Nova Scotia?

Section 9A of the Residential Tenancies Act gives landlords the right to do this. Examples of rules that can be established by landlords include rules around the operation of laundry facilities as well as storage of hazardous materials.

Who are the owners of Dockrey apartment in Truro?

In early August, the Truro Daily News published a story in which former Ontario resident Joey Nahwegahbow said he discovered mould in the mobile home he had rented in mid July from Dockrey Apartments owners Robert and Kathryn Dockrey. What Did the Tenant Do?

Can a landlord deny a sublet in Nova Scotia?

Sublets, not assignments, are mentioned in the Nova Scotia legislation. Landlords are required to approve the new tenant for sublets and cannot deny a request for a sublet without a valid reason. All tenant requests for a sublet have to be put in writing before they can be approved.