RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES ACT 2006 ONTARIO PDF

Changing locks A landlord may enter a rental unit only in accordance with section 26 or Entry without notice Same, housekeeping 2 A landlord may enter a rental unit without written notice to clean it if the tenancy agreement requires the landlord to clean the rental unit at regular intervals and, a the landlord enters the unit at the times specified in the tenancy agreement; or b if no times are specified, the landlord enters the unit between the hours of 8 a.

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Changing locks A landlord may enter a rental unit only in accordance with section 26 or Entry without notice Same, housekeeping 2 A landlord may enter a rental unit without written notice to clean it if the tenancy agreement requires the landlord to clean the rental unit at regular intervals and, a the landlord enters the unit at the times specified in the tenancy agreement; or b if no times are specified, the landlord enters the unit between the hours of 8 a.

Entry to show rental unit to prospective tenants 3 A landlord may enter the rental unit without written notice to show the unit to prospective tenants if, a the landlord and tenant have agreed that the tenancy will be terminated or one of them has given notice of termination to the other; b the landlord enters the unit between the hours of 8 a. To carry out a repair or replacement or do work in the rental unit. To allow a potential mortgagee or insurer of the residential complex to view the rental unit.

To allow a person who holds a certificate of authorization within the meaning of the Professional Engineers Act or a certificate of practice within the meaning of the Architects Act or another qualified person to make a physical inspection of the rental unit to satisfy a requirement imposed under subsection 9 4 of the Condominium Act, To carry out an inspection of the rental unit, if, i.

For any other reasonable reason for entry specified in the tenancy agreement. Same 2 A landlord or, with the written authorization of a landlord, a broker or salesperson registered under the Real Estate and Business Brokers Act, , may enter a rental unit in accordance with written notice given to the tenant at least 24 hours before the time of entry to allow a potential purchaser to view the rental unit.

Contents of notice 3 The written notice under subsection 1 or 2 shall specify the reason for entry, the day of entry and a time of entry between the hours of 8 a. Entry by canvassers No landlord shall restrict reasonable access to a residential complex by candidates for election to any office at the federal, provincial or municipal level, or their authorized representatives, if they are seeking access for the purpose of canvassing or distributing election material.

Tenant applications An order determining that the landlord has breached an obligation under subsection 20 1 or section An order determining that the landlord, superintendent or agent of the landlord has substantially interfered with the reasonable enjoyment of the rental unit or residential complex for all usual purposes by the tenant or a member of his or her household.

An order determining that the landlord, superintendent or agent of the landlord has illegally entered the rental unit. Time limitation 2 No application may be made under subsection 1 more than one year after the day the alleged conduct giving rise to the application occurred.

Terminate the tenancy. Order an abatement of rent. Authorize a repair or replacement that has been or is to be made, or work that has been or is to be done, and order its cost to be paid by the landlord to the tenant.

Order the landlord to do specified repairs or replacements or other work within a specified time. Order the landlord to pay a specified sum to the tenant for, i. Prohibit the landlord from charging a new tenant under a new tenancy agreement an amount of rent in excess of the last lawful rent charged to the former tenant of the rental unit, until the landlord has, i.

Prohibit the landlord from giving a notice of a rent increase for the rental unit until the landlord has, i. Prohibit the landlord from taking any rent increase for which notice has been given if the increase has not been taken before the date an order under this section is issued until the landlord has, i. Make any other order that it considers appropriate. Advance notice of breaches 2 In determining the remedy under this section, the Board shall consider whether the tenant or former tenant advised the landlord of the alleged breaches before applying to the Board.

Other orders re s. Same 2 If in an application under any of paragraphs 2 to 6 of subsection 29 1 it is determined that the tenant was induced by the conduct of the landlord, the superintendent or an agent of the landlord to vacate the rental unit, the Board may, in addition to the remedies set out in subsection 1 , order that the landlord pay a specified sum to the tenant for, a all or any portion of any increased rent which the tenant has incurred or will incur for a one-year period after the tenant has left the rental unit; and b reasonable out-of-pocket moving, storage and other like expenses which the tenant has incurred or will incur.

Order, s. Effect of order allowing tenant possession 4 An order under subsection 3 shall have the same effect, and shall be enforced in the same manner, as a writ of possession. Expiry of order allowing tenant possession 5 An order under subsection 3 expires, a at the end of the 15th day after the day it is issued if it is not filed within those 15 days with the sheriff who has territorial jurisdiction where the rental unit is located; or b at the end of the 45th day after the day it is issued if it is filed in the manner described in clause a.

Eviction with termination order If the Board makes an order terminating a tenancy under paragraph 1 of subsection 30 1 or clause 31 1 e , the Board may order that the tenant be evicted, effective not earlier than the termination date specified in the order.

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Responsibilities of Landlords

The Act sets out the rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenants who rent residential properties. This guide is not a complete summary of the law and it is not legal advice. Who is covered by this Act? Landlords and tenants of most rental units are covered by most of the rules in the Act. A rental unit can be an apartment, a house, or a room in a rooming or boarding house. The Act also applies to care homes, retirement homes, and sites in a mobile home park or land lease community. Many of the rules about rent do not apply to: non-profit and public housing university and college residences But these units are still covered by most of the other rules in the Act about such things as maintenance and the reasons for eviction.

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Interpretation, abandoned 3 For the purposes of this Act, a tenant has not abandoned a rental unit if the tenant is not in arrears of rent. Rental unit, clarification 4 A rented site for a mobile home or a land lease home is a rental unit for the purposes of this Act even if the mobile home or the land lease home on the site is owned by the tenant of the site. Conflicts, non-profit housing co-operatives 1. Conflicts, care homes 2 In interpreting a provision of this Act with regard to a care home, if a provision in Part IX conflicts with a provision in another Part of this Act, the provision in Part IX applies. Conflicts, mobile home parks and land lease communities 3 In interpreting a provision of this Act with regard to a mobile home park or a land lease community, if a provision in Part X conflicts with a provision in another Part of this Act, the provision in Part X applies.

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