Conflict of Interest Policy for residential tenancy officers: Residential Tenancies
The Conflict of Interest Policy outlines how residential tenancy officers have to disqualify themselves from mediation and hearings if there is a conflict of interest. The policy also provides guidance on what people should do if they suspect a conflict of interest with a residential tenancy officer.
This policy explains the requirements for residential tenancy officers to disqualify themselves from mediation or a hearing where evidence of a bias or a conflict of interest exists. It also describes the process people can follow if they are concerned that there is a conflict of interest or a bias exists with a residential tenancy officer during mediation or a hearing.
Author: Residential Tenancies
Department: Service Nova Scotia