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10 Reasons to evict tenants in Ontario

In Ontario, a landlord can evict a tenant only for the reasons allowed by the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006, and the Rental Fairness Act,...

3 Reasons Landlords CANNOT Evict Tenants

Situations when a landlord and a tenant have disagreements are not unusual. Disputes between residential landlords and tenants are resolved by the Landlord and...

Can a tenant break a lease?

“Breaking a lease” means that a tenant wants to leave their unit before their tenancy agreement is over. For example, a tenant who signed...

New Eviction Rules for “Landlord’s Own Use”

Effective September 1, 2017, Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board has introduced new requirements for landlords who would like to evict a tenant so they...

Evicting a tenant for non-payment of rent

A landlord can evict a tenant for non-payment of rent, or not paying the rent in full, or constantly paying the rent late. The...