If You Own Or Want To Own Rental Properties You Will Inevitably
Have To Deal With The LTB (Landlord & Tenant Board)
Landlord and tenant relations and disputes can be a challenging and murky area of the law in the best of times, and shaky economic conditions only compound existing issues and tensions. Plan ahead to avoid problems before they start and arm yourself with the knowledge to own and operate the rental property.
We are ready to help you work through the practical and legal roadblocks you face every day in the world of investing in rental property.
You will benefit from this video if you are involved in any aspect of property rentals.
What You'll Learn:
Starting a tenancy: The Ontario Standard Lease Form and The Importance of Leases
Ontario's Rent Control System: Rent Increases and Rent Reductions and Illegal deposits
Rights and Obligations: Maintenance and Repairs, Entering the Rental Unit With and Without Notice, Damages to the Rental Unit and Whose Responsibility Is It?
The Residential Tenancies Act (RTA): Whom does it protect?
The Landlord and Tenant Board (LTB): What happens at the board hearing? Mediation versus adjudication.
Eviction Forms: N1 (Notice of rent increase), N4 (Notice to terminate tenancy for non payment of rent), N12 (Notice to end a tenancy because the landlord, a purchaser or a family member requires the rental unit), N13 (Notice to end a tenancy because the landlord wants to demolish the rental unit). How and when to use them.
* TheCannabis Act: Marijuana in rental units
Who Is Bita?
With over 20 years of experience in the real estate industry, this seminar will be held by Bita Di Lisi, real estate broker, property manager, and licensed paralegal. Bita has been selling and managing real estate with her husband, Robert, since 2004. Upon many challenges by adjudicators at the landlord and tenant board, Bita has obtained her paralegal license in order to legally represent her clients at the courts. She now helps landlords with tenant issues and evictions.
*This is not a basis of legal advice nor does it establish any sort of paralegal-client relationship. The information contained at the seminar is only for purposes of general information. It is recommended that you should not rely on or take any action based solely upon the information gathered at the seminar without the benefit of professional counsel. Furthermore, an exchange of emails with Stonegate Legal Services Professional Corporation or their employees does not create a paralegal-client relationship.