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Residential Tenancy Agreements

A Residential Tenancy Agreement, often referred to as a Rental Agreement or Lease, is a fundamental legal document that governs the relationship between landlords and tenants. Whether you're a landlord seeking to protect your property or a tenant looking for a safe and stable place to call home, having a well-drafted and legally sound tenancy agreement is essential. At Resolve Solicitors, we specialize in creating and reviewing Residential Tenancy Agreements to ensure that the rights and responsibilities of both parties are clearly defined and legally protected.


While some jurisdictions accept verbal agreements, a written tenancy agreement is highly recommended to avoid misunderstandings and legal disputes.

Notify the other party in writing, document the issue, and seek to resolve it amicably. If unresolved, legal counsel may be needed.

Any changes to the agreement should be agreed upon by both parties and documented in writing.

The agreement should specify the amount of the deposit, conditions for its return, and any deductions for damages or unpaid rent.

The agreement should outline the procedures and potential penalties for early termination.

Yes, tenancy laws and regulations vary by jurisdiction. A legal expert can ensure compliance with local laws.

The timeline varies depending on the nature of the dispute and the legal process in the jurisdiction.

Tenants typically have the right to a safe and habitable living space, and landlords are responsible for certain maintenance and repairs.

Contact us directly to discuss your specific needs, and our experienced team will provide the guidance and support required to create or review your tenancy agreement effectively.

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