What Can a Landlord Do If Too Many People Are Living In An Apartment?
A Landlord May Be Able to Evict For Overcrowding.
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A landlord may keep, sell, or dispose of, the abandoned belongings of a former tenant; however, the rights and duties imposed upon a landlord differ depending...Learn More
Sometimes a tenant will appeal an Order of eviction merely for the purpose of obtaining a Stay of the eviction process as a means of gaming the system and...Learn More
The presumption that a tenant is legally obligated to vacate a rental unit in the same condition as the tenant received the unit is incorrect. A tenant is...Learn More
Incorrect information reported to a credit bureau may result in liability for the reporter of the incorrect information within a legal case framed as a form of...Learn More
When a landlord wishes to sell a property, in certain circumstances the tenants may be required to vacate; however, the requirements for lawfully evicting...Learn More
The withdrawal of legacy services, meaning parking, laundry, storage, among other things, that were historically included throughout the tenancy arrangement,...Learn More
A landlord is required to provide safekeeping for the property of a deceased tenant for thirty days following the death of a tenant. Additionally, the lease...Learn More
Surprisingly, a landlord may, in some cases, become liable for injury or damage caused by the animals owned by a tenant.Learn More
Generally, the duty of property maintenance falls upon the landlord; and accordingly, the landlord is required to perform snow shoveling and lawn mowing, among...Learn More
A landlord must enter a unit between 8:00AM and 8:00PM; however, the twelve (12) hour period for entry within which a landlord may enter is without an...Learn More
When increasing the rent rate applicable to most residential tenancy arrangements, a landlord must provide the tenant with proper notice via the required form...Learn More
Is a Landlord Liable For Injuries Arising From Poor Maintenance If the Maintenance Was Outsourced? As Owner of the Premises a Landlord Holds the Care and...Learn More
When a landlord wishes to, or needs to, ask a tenant to leave so to enable the landlord to perform renovations to the rental unit, the landlord is required to...Learn More
Being a landlord is being in business. Business comes with challenges. The landlord business comes with very unique challenges requiring an understanding of...Learn More
The smoking habits of a tenant may cause interference in the reasonable enjoyment of neighbouring units occupied by other tenants or even neighbour properties...Learn More
The maintenance requirements imposed upon a landlord per the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 appear as without limit to the triviality of the concern.Learn More
The Landlord Tenant Board requires that legal processes be commenced only by persons authorized by the Law Society Act to do so. Where processes are commenced...Learn More