Tenancy Resources

Dalhousie Legal Aid Service

Dalhousie Legal Aid operates a Tenant's Rights project, staffed by student volunteers from the Law School. All services are free and confidential. See the Dalhousie Legal Aid website for access to a Tenant's Rights Guide, the Community Clinic schedule, a variety of forms and more.

For a quick response to your tenancy concerns call the Tenant Rights Phone Line (902) 423-8105.

Residential Tenancies

The Residential Tenancies Act concerns the relationship between a landlord and tenant. The purpose of this Act is to provide landlords and tenants with an efficient and cost-effective means for settling disputes. On the Access Nova Scotia website you can find useful information to help you resolve issues that might arise between a landlord and tenant such as the Residential Tenancies Guide

Nova Scotia Legal Aid

Nova Scotia Legal Aid has many free legal services to help adults and youth facing a range of legal issues.  If you are looking for more information and a wide variety of resources about Residential Tenancy Law in Nova Scotia, please visit the Nova Scotia Residential Tenancy Law Resources website