One of our tenants has moved his daughter and her children into his unit on an emergency basis. If she starts to pay a portion of rent and is included in the father’s rent calculation, would she be considered a tenant? Read on to see the answer.Read More
A long-term tenant has sadly passed away recently and we are unclear as to how we should deal with her possessions. She did not leave a will. Are we allowed to dispose of the tenant’s possessions (including their car) after a certain amount of time has passed? Read on to see the answer.Read More
Recently, there was an incident between tenants that had the potential to become a safety concern. Can you please provide information on how we can prevent and/or resolve difficult/potentially violent conflicts between tenants without calling the police or filing an eviction notice?
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Due to rising operating costs, our organization is considering the possibility of a merger or amalgamation with another organization but our board has had a largely negative response to the suggestion. How can we convince our long-term board members that this is the right decision for the organization?Read More
We recently replaced the front door lock of our building due to its age and to manage some security issues we’ve been having. Many non-residents seemed to have their own keys to the front door that were copied and given out by residents. Is it within our rights as a landlord to restrict the number of keys we provide to residents?Read More