Landlord & Tenant
Whether you are a residential or commercial landlord, Consolidated can help you navigate the complexities of dealing with tenants in arrears to achieve the best possible outcome.
Consolidated can help you obtain an Order for Possession (eviction court order), enforce that order, or even seize property owned by your tenant for unpaid rent. You cannot seize against your tenant after the eviction has taken place, so it is important for you to determine in advance which course of action is most appropriate for your tenant's circumstances. Our extensive expertise can help you with these important decisions.
Residential Tenancy Dispute Resolution Service (RTDRS) Representation
The first step in regaining possession of your premises is obtaining the appropriate court order. Consolidated Civil Enforcement will assist you in serving the tenant with the Notice to Vacate and will then represent you at the Residential Tenancy Dispute Resolution Service Hearing to obtain an Order of Possession.Download Forms and Information Package
Order for Possession
Before a tenant can be forcibly evicted, you must first obtain an Order for Possession. Once you have obtained the Order for either eviction or debt repayment/judgment, Consolidated Civil Enforcement can enforce the order.Download Forms and Information Package
As a commercial landlord, your right to evict a tenant is established in your lease with that tenant.
Residential Landlord's Distress Seizure
As a landlord, you have the right to seize for rental arrears from your residential tenant. The following information package is for residential landlords.Download Forms and Information Package
Commercial Landlord's Distress Seizure
As a landlord, you have the right to seize for rental arrears from your commercial tenant. The following information package is for commercial landlords.