What Should I Do When My Tenant Is Late With the Rent?
When Rent is Late, Issuing and Serving A Properly Completed Notice Initiates the Process That Preserves the Legal Rights of the Landlord.
A landlord faces many unique legal issues. YLaw appreciates these challenges and strives to offer knowledgeable advocacy representation involving issues arising out of the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006, S.O. 2006, Chapter 17 as well as the applicable case law. YLaw is experienced in providing help to residential property landlord clients by helping each client to understand the responsibilities of a landlord as well as to recognize the proper steps necessary to preserving and protecting the rights of a landlord.
YLaw provides legal help that is time efficient and cost effective for disputes involving issues such as Eviction for Non-Payment of Rent, Permitting Overcrowding Within the Rental Unit, Applications for Above Guideline Index Rent Increases, Failure of Tenants to Vacate a Unit as Per a Previously Issued Order to Vacate, and so much more!
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