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  • Writer's pictureAmmar H. Zaidi

5 Updates to Tenancy Guidelines

1. Notice:

Landlords can still give eviction notices, however, landlords are encouraged to work with tenants to establish fair arrangements to keep tenants in their homes, including deferring rent or other payment arrangements.

2. Application:

Landlord and Tenant Board counter services are closed, but the most common types of applications can still be filed online.

3. Hearing:

All hearings related to eviction applications are suspended until further notice, except for urgent disputes such as those involving illegal acts or serious safety concerns.

4. Order:

No new eviction orders will be issued until further notice, unless the matter relates to an urgent issue such as an illegal act or serious safety concerns.

5. Enforcement:

Residential eviction orders suspended until further notice. By order of the Superior Court of Justice, enforcement of eviction orders is suspended during the suspension of regular court operations, unless the court orders otherwise.

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