How to Evict Tenant?
Get Legal Representation in GTA Toronto to evict tenant. To evict tenant a landlord must follow the procedure provided by the residential tenancies act. The first legal advice to evict a tenant is giving the tenant a written notice. Note landlord cannot just give the tenant a notice of removal there should a reason which falls with in the residential tenancies act. Here are few examples if a tenant does not follow them a landlord is allowed to give a evict notice.
- The tenant owes rent to the landlord
- The tenant is not paying the rent on time
- Tenant or their guest did something illegal on the property
- Landlord wants to tear down the house for maintenance
- Landlord wants to sell their property and someone else is moving in
However, if you are corporate landlord and you have more than one tenant we offer group services that can reduce your cost. And we can work with your tenants to achieve harmony, as the act strives to do. If you as a landlord is left in a situation where you don’t know how to deal with a tenant please do give us a call and we will guide you. We have been representing clients at the board since 10 years. We are experienced with different types of applications as described above and have a quite good rate of successful in resolving the cases or obtaining orders upon hearing.
Finally, it is really important to never underestimate your legal matter, no matter how small it is. The legal documentation is sometimes quite complicated and it is really helpful to get a proper advice before starting it.
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