TRIVIAL ISSUES

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Trivial issues in landlord-tenant law often refer to minor disputes or inconveniences that may arise during the course of a lease agreement.

These could include minor maintenance requests, disputes over parking spaces, or other relatively small matters that don’t significantly impact the habitability or safety of the rented premises. While these issues can be frustrating, they generally do not warrant legal action and are typically best resolved through open communication and cooperation between the landlord and tenant. Accordingly, the Landlord Tenant Board May Order Repair of Relatively Trivial Concerns. However, Abatement of Rent For Minor Issues, If Any at All, Will Be Nominal. However, it’s essential for both parties to be aware of their respective rights and responsibilities outlined in the lease agreement and local laws to ensure that even trivial issues are addressed fairly and promptly to maintain a positive landlord-tenant relationship.

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