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Tenancy Termination. We know how to help.
In Ontario, there are only three ways a residential tenancy can be terminated lawfully.
- By way of a proper written agreement between the Landlord and the Tenant;
- by Order of the Landlord and Tenant Board;
- or by the Tenant providing the Landlord with a minimum of 60 days written notice prior to the end of the term.
What does this mean to the Landlord that wants to evict a tenant?
- It means there are not many options to obtain vacant possession of the rental unit.
- It means you need to know the law pertaining to residential tenancies, or if you don't know the law, you need to employ someone who does.
- It means you will likely have to begin the legal process by serving a notice to the tenant and then making an application to the Landlord and Tenant Board.
Don't get caught unaware by tenants who know the laws better than you. Trust an experienced and professional representative to formulate a plan to successfully remove the people that are threatening your investment by not paying rent, damaging your property or harassing your other tenants.
ACF Legal Services has been successfully evicting problem tenants since 1997 and have the experience to handle complex and contentious cases. Call today for a free consultation to meet with a licensed Paralegal who is an expert in Residential Tenancies Act law.
The Landlord and Tenant Board
Landlord and Tenant matters are dealt with at an Administrative Tribunal called the Landlord and Tenant Board. Disputes between parties are decided by Hearings which are very much like Trials and decisions are made by Adjudicators similar to those made by Judges.
The Residential Tenancies Act, 2006, are the set of laws that govern tenancies in the Province of Ontario. Most landlord and tenant disputes are decided upon these set of rules as well as the Landlord and Tenant Board Guidelines and the Statutory Powers and Procedures Act.
When filing an application with the Landlord and Tenant Board there is no room for error. What you may consider an insignificant error will likely result in the failure of your application, significantly delay the resolution issues, and cost you a great deal more money.
Call 705-737-1751and begin the process today. We are pleased to provide you with an honest evaluation of your application and provide you with options for success.
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