If a Tenant Is Using an Apartment For Illegal Activity, What Can a Landlord Do?
A Landlord May Be Able to Evict the Tenant Due to Illegal Activity.
A Helpful Guide For How to Understand and Resolve the Many Legal Issues Faced By a Landlord
Grant Winegarden Paralegal Professional Corporation understands that the business of a landlord involves many unique legal challenges requiring strong knowledge of the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006, S.O. 2006, Chapter 17 and the precedent cases. Grant Winegarden Paralegal Professional Corporation is experienced in tenant negotiations and providing representation at hearings of the Landlord Tenant Board.
For legal help that is efficient and effective, Grant Winegarden Paralegal Professional Corporation provides advocacy for various disputes involving concerns such as:
- The Eviction for Willfully Causing Damage, Eviction for Causing Safety Hazards;
- The Tenant Allegations of Failure by Landlord to Properly Maintain Premises; and
- The Eviction For Own Use By Landlord or Use By Close Family Members of Landlord
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