Entries Tagged as 'Landlord & Tenant Board'

Quinte Landlord Association Sets Up Table at LTB To Help Other Landlords

January 12th, 2017 · No Comments · Landlord & Tenant Board, Landlord Advocacy

I’m sitting at the Midland Landlord & Tenant Board as I type this. It’s awful and crowded. The tenant is trying to get money off her monthly rent because she says we charge her too much rent. Now there’s all day hearings, and we’re nowhere near getting heard. Hopefully soon. However, I just got this […]

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Rent Thieves – Consequences

November 2nd, 2016 · 4 Comments · Landlord & Tenant Board, Rental Property

As I write this post, I’m sitting in an apartment for the entire purpose of watching someone pack. After a long legal ordeal, the tenants’ tenancy was terminated. These tenants have taken advantage of a loop hole where you can void your order time after time by paying your arrears. While it seems to make […]

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David Strashin – Lawyer & Landlord Super Hero

September 7th, 2016 · 3 Comments · Landlord & Tenant Board, Property Management, Real Estate Lawyer, Rental Property

The other day my friend sent me a link to a Star Article about gaming the Landlord & Tenant Board System. He asked me if I had seen the article and I was actually in the process of dealing with a case identical to it. Enter The Prostitute “Miss Kitty” Many years ago when I […]

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Long Term Affordable Housing Solutions – Public Input Required

July 7th, 2016 · 5 Comments · Landlord & Tenant Board, Property Management, Rental Property

The government is asking for help with long term affordable housing solutions. You can have more information about it on their webpage and provide input to their email. I will, however, be a little more public about what you need to get landlords to provide affordable housing. In most cases the government branches itself are […]

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Acorn and Rent Safe Program

July 4th, 2015 · 1 Comment · Landlord & Tenant Board, Landlord Advocacy, Property Management

I was interviewed by Global TV’s Mark Carcasole last week and thought I would expand a little more on my thoughts. Basically Tenant’s Rights Advocates Acorn have a nutty idea to charge buildings $5 per unit ($5 x 300,000 = $1,500,000) to post signs at building entrances The city already has the Multi Residential Building […]

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