As a landlord or tenant, there are few things more frustrating than encountering a technical property dispute. These types of disputes can be highly complex and difficult to resolve, requiring specialized knowledge of both property law and technical issues related to the property in question. In this article, we will explore some of the most common technical property disputes that can arise between landlords and tenants, as well as some strategies for resolving these disputes.
Understanding the Challenges
Technical property disputes can often arise between landlords and tenants, particularly in leasing agreements with significant investments at stake. These types of disputes can be highly complex and require specialized knowledge of both property law and technical issues related to the property in question.
Whether you are involved in a dispute over maintenance and repairs, use of the property, or environmental or safety regulations, it is important to work with experts in the field and to gather as much evidence as possible to support your position. Consider engaging in alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation or arbitration, but be prepared for the possibility of litigation if necessary.
These kinds of situations are extremely uncomfortable and consuming and you might be in a position to ask for additional support from technical specialized companies, certified by the authorities, which can state the real situation and can gather the necessary technical information to build a strong case. We are certified to provide this kind of technical support and more.Contact Us
Speeding up the Process
Lodging a complaint with RERA can be a time-consuming process, but there are several steps you can take to speed up the process.
First and the most important step is to collect all the necessary documents, and this includes all the technical documentation, and inspection reports in order to provide accurate and complete information. Realpoint Real Estate Consultancy is the right authorized service provider when it comes to any needed technical report
Maintenance and Repairs
One of the most common technical property disputes between landlords and tenants involves the maintenance and repair of the leased property. In commercial leases, landlords are typically responsible for maintaining the property's structural integrity and making any necessary repairs to ensure the safety of tenants and visitors. However, tenants are generally responsible for maintaining their own equipment and fixtures and for keeping the property in good condition. Disputes can arise when there is confusion over which party is responsible for certain repairs or maintenance tasks, or when one party fails to fulfill their responsibilities.
Use of the Property
Another common technical property dispute between landlords and tenants is related to the use of the property. In commercial leases, landlords typically have certain restrictions on how the property can be used, such as prohibiting certain types of businesses or activities. Tenants may dispute these restrictions if they believe they are too restrictive or if they believe the landlord is unfairly preventing them from conducting their business as they see fit.
Environmental Regulations and Safety Codes
In some cases, technical property disputes between landlords and tenants may also involve issues related to environmental regulations or safety codes. For example, a tenant may argue that the property is not up to code or that it is unsafe to occupy, while the landlord may argue that the tenant is using the property in a way that violates environmental regulations or safety standards.
Realpoint carries out these types of inspections to assist the client (Owner or Tenant) in identifying the above issues so that they may be used in any lodged complaint, case, or mediation.
Our team of property inspectors is highly skilled and experienced in undertaking such inspections to protect our client's best interests in any property transaction. We offer inspection for all property types, including:
YES- We cannot lodge the complaint for you but we are authorized to collect the necessary technical information needed to support your complaint.
Filing a technical complaint with RERA can be an important step for homebuyers who have faced issues with their property purchase, owners dealing with responsive property management companies, or Tenants facing issues with a property that they already paid for. By protecting the interests of all the stakeholders, ensuring transparency in the real estate sector, resolving disputes in a timely manner, providing legal support, and encouraging accountability, RERA plays a crucial role in regulating the real estate sector in Dubai.
You can also contact us for any kind of technical or process information, our team of specialists is ready to support you.