S.O.S. Hearing at the TAL
Whether you received a convocation for a hearing filed by your landlord or you opened a case against your landlord you should prepare yourself for the hearing.
How do I prepare for a hearing?
Collect all your documents! You will have to show:
Proof of notification for the application and any amendments
The lease and any subsequent notices of modifications to it
The mandate, if you mandate someone else
Depending on the type of hearing you may need other documents:
Notices required by law
The formal demand letters
The new lessee’s lease (for example, after the former lessee abandoned the premises)
The former lessee’s lease, for an application filed by a new lessee for rent to be fixed
Proof of advertising (newspaper clippings and corresponding invoices)
Invoices and proofs of payment
Readings of temperature and humidity levels
Any other relevant document
Once you have all your documents ready, you should also prepare your speech: depending on the case itself you may have time to express to the administrative judge your concerns.
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