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Category Archives: Landlord and Tenant Paralegal
As part of its ongoing efforts to improve service, the Board introduced changes to some of its processes and the forms and Rules of Practice that support those processes.
Final 5-year progress report shows that paralegal regulation has been implemented successfully, with clear benefits for Ontarians using paralegal services. In 2006, the Law Society Act was amended by the Access to Justice Act, 2006, to provide for the regulation … Continue reading
The Residential Tenancies Act does not require all landlords and tenants to have a written tenancy agreement or lease. A tenancy agreement can be an oral or written arrangement. However, it is generally better to have a written agreement. A … Continue reading
The Residential Tenancies Act (the Act) allows a landlord to enter a tenant’s unit only under specific circumstances. In most cases, the landlord must first give the tenant 24 hours written notice, stating when they will enter and for what … Continue reading
When a rental unit is vacant, a landlord and the person looking to rent the unit negotiate a rent and decide what services (such as hydro or parking) are included. Once the tenancy begins, the rules about rent and the … Continue reading
As part of its ongoing efforts to improve service, and as the result of recently passed legislation, the Board is amending some of its forms and processes. The changes, when finalized, will be introduced in 2013.
Yes. There is nothing in the Residential Tenancies Act that prevents a tenant from being evicted during the winter months. What is the process for evicting a tenant?
The Landlord and Tenant Board (the Board administers the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 (the Act). This law sets out the rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenant who rent residential properties.
The Residential Tenancies Act (the Act) has rules for how a landlord can end a residential tenancy and evict a tenant. A landlord can end a tenancy only for the reasons allowed by the Act. Landlord must give proper notice.