What Can a Landlord Do If a Tenant Is Using a Rental Unit For Other Than Residential Purposes?
A Landlord May Have Rights, and Responsibilities, to Evict the Tenant Due to Improper Use.
Being a landlord is being in business and being in business as a landlord comes with many unique challenges including legal issues. YLaw understands that the landlord business comes with the unique legal challenges that require a strong understanding of the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006, S.O. 2006, Chapter 17 and the relevant case law. YLaw is experienced in helping landlord clients to understand the rights and responsibilities of a landlord as well as experienced in tenant negotiations and representation at Landlord Tenant Board hearings.
YLaw provides legal help that is time efficient and cost effective for disputes involving issues such as Eviction for Willfully Causing Damage, Eviction for Causing Safety Hazards, Tenant Allegations of Failure by Landlord to Properly Maintain Premises, Eviction For Complete Demolition of the Rental Unit, and so much more!
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