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Every landlord will eventually face a situation in which they need to evict a tenant.
It’s one of the worst nightmares for landlords – a tenant who hasn’t paid rent for weeks and won’t vacate the property.
Tenants always think their rent is too high and of course, landlords want to take to maximise their investment returns.
Occasionally you will be contacted by your tenant or property manager advising that you are going to have to repair an item in your rental property
While you may feel like checking on how your tenant is looking after your property, you can’t just pop in whenever you feel like it.
During a residential tenancy, landlords have a number of responsibilities to their tenants, which are enshrined in the relevant legislation.