Reli On Us will provide you with skilled professional representation in all aspects of Landlord Disputes and tenant issues in Ontario. Our team is extremely educated in landlord and tenant laws. We are here to help you with the rules and procedures of landlord and tenant disputes.
Landlord and Tenant Board
Landlord & Tenant Disputes
Tenant and Landlord Disputes
If you are a Landlord who is having trouble with your Tenant due to a serious dispute, damage to the unit, non-payment of rent, late payment of rent, or any other reason related to the tenancy, we advise you to call us to book your free consultation. Let your problem become ours.
Our team of legal experts will search for a resolution on your behalf and guide you through the eviction process, the rules of the Landlord and Tenant Board, and the adjudicative process.
We understand that hearings can be both time-consuming and emotionally-taxing and so, we are here to streamline the process for you to ensure that vital procedural steps are not overlooked and to warrant the best presentation of your case possible.
Call us today and we will be more than happy to provide you with sound legal advice and to represent you to the best of our proven abilities.
Why Hire a Landlord Tenant Lawyer to Represent You?
The Residential Tenancies Act (RTA) affords residential Landlords and Tenants their legal rights and responsibilities. The RTA also sets out specific procedures for enforcing these rights and responsibilities. It is important to note that failing to correctly follow these procedures may result in prejudice to either the Applicant or the Respondent. This prejudice can take on many forms including having an application denied on the grounds of missing a vital procedural error, being evicted, or even facing a hefty fine for failing to fulfill one’s legal obligations.
As the rental market continues to explode, Landlord and Tenant Board applications are surging. Let us help you every step of the way. We will provide you with sound legal advice on everything from documenting evidence, serving notices, filing your application and even your day at the hearing.