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I just fired my property manager me. If the remaining bills

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I just fired my property manager for gouging me. If the remaining bills are still ridiculous, will it wind up in small claims court? How does one get a hearing? Will I need a lawyer?
How do I dispute the bills?
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Canada Business Law
Customer: replied 10 months ago.
was this an appropriate termination letter to send?
The agreement between Terrance Simpson (owner of 610,*****Vancouver) and Kirsten Scoffield ( acting as Mr. Simpson’s property manager for apartment 610 ) is terminated immediately.
Any unfinished tasks in the apartment will be completed by Mr. Simpson
Mr. Simpson must be in receipt of any monies collected for rent for this suite within two weeks of this letter.
Any outstanding bills must be resubmitted to Mr. Simpson ,with itemized charges including contact information for all labourers, for his accountant’s perusal.
Ms. Scoffield must contact his lawyers should there be any delay.
The management of suite 610 returns to Mr. Simpson immediately.
All rental income will be received by Mr. Simpson directly.
Customer: replied 10 months ago.
PS, an excellent lawyer called Jim helped me recently on this site a few days ago.
Expert:  Legal Ease replied 10 months ago.

Would you like to go ahead with me or wait for Jim?

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