There are different things that your landlord can do if you do not pay your rent on time. If you owe rent If your rent is overdue by even one day, your landlord might give you a Notice to End your Tenancy Early for Non-payment of Rent (Form N4). You... More
There are a few different things your landlord can do if they think you have not paid all your rent. Eviction notice Your landlord can try to evict you if they say you owe rent. But they must follow certain steps first. Your landlord must first give... More
Your landlord can try to evict you if they say you have not paid all your rent. First they must give you a Notice to End your Tenancy Early for Non-payment of Rent (Form N4) with details about what you owe and when you must pay. If you receive a... More
Tenants can be evicted only for the reasons listed in Ontario's Residential Tenancies Act (RTA). Here are some examples: Non-payment By far, the most common cause of eviction is tenants being behind in their rent payments. This is... More
A housing co op is a non-profit corporation made up of members who are all residents of the co op. The members elect the board of directors and usually must help run the co op. Because of this democratic structure, the law has taken a more hands off... More