The relationship between a landlord and tenant is typically a straightforward one. One party pays rent to the other in exchange for real estate space. In many cases, there is no reason for either party to challenge the other or the agreement in place.
When a dispute does arise, it has the potential to turn quite serious and there may be a lot on the line, including money and living or working space so it is wise to take these situations seriously. Resolving these matters in a timely, effective manner can save tenants and landlords time, money and anxiety. However, the method of real estate dispute resolution will depend on many factors.