4. Give your closing statement

After both you and your landlord present and cross-examine all the witnesses, you can each give a closing statement.

In your closing statement, you tell the Board member why you should get the orders you are asking for. It should be based on:

  • what the witnesses have said
  • the documents that have been used as evidence
  • the rules and laws that apply to your case

You go first, then your landlord. After your landlord, you have a last chance to speak but only about anything new that your landlord raises in their closing statement.

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