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Landlords, Tenants, and Domestic Violence: Liability for Damage to Residential Premises

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Landlords, Tenants, and Domestic Violence: Liability for Damage to Residential Premises




By: Jonnette Watson HamiltonPDF Version: Landlords, Tenants, and Domestic Violence: Liability for Damage to Residential Premises Report Commented On: Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta, Domestic Violence: Roles of Landlords and Property Managers This is the sixth and last in a series of blog posts on “Landlords, Tenants, and Domestic Violence”, examining some of the legal uncertainties facing landlords and property managers who seek to respond to domestic violence on their premises, as identified in the Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta (CPLEA) report on Domestic Violence: Roles of Landlords and Property Managers. That report recommends that “further consideration should be given to ways that the law impedes or assists landlords in accommodating the needs of their tenants who are experiencing domestic violence” (at 9). Even landlords who are motivated to help improve the circumstances of victims of domestic violence are worried about recovering the costs of repairing damage to their…



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