Evidence Policy: Residential Tenancies
The Evidence Policy (Policy 42) explains that both applicant and respondent need to provide any relevant evidence that they intend to use to demonstrate or explain their case at least 2 days before their hearing date.
This policy outlines how the applicant and respondent need to provide their evidence to the other party and to the Residential Tenancies Program at least 2 days before the scheduled hearing date.
- when evidence needs to be submitted by
- how to submit evidence
- role of the residential tenancy officer in relation to evidence
- evidence you cannot submit
- types of evidence
- evidence log
Author: Residential Tenancies
Department: Service Nova Scotia