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Untangling the LTB Mystery — New OsgoodePD Course

Fine-tune your residential landlord-tenant skills, with a new full-day course that brings clarity to the key elements of this practice area. OsgoodePD’s The Practitioners’ Guide to Residential Landlord-Tenant Disputes runs Saturday, April 30, in downtown Toronto. Participants can join live or on the web; the online replay date is June 9. Developed with an eye […]

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Humans & Their Rights: Legal News Roundup

Scope regularly provides carefully curated links to news items that are particularly relevant for Ontario paralegals. No matter what areas your practice includes, these articles will help keep you up to date. There is no fluff, no sneaky ads, and no hidden fee for this resource.

Non-Profit Providers and Owners Are ‘Co-Landlords’

A three-person panel of the Landlord and Tenant Board decided in a Review Order that the LTB has no jurisdiction to make orders related to a non-profit housing organization and the building owner it works with. They are co-landlords — not in a sub-tenant relationship. Last fall, the Board chose to initiate a Review pursuant […]

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Regulating Paralegals, Employment Law & More: News from the Scope

Carefully chosen for relevance to the paralegal profession, these articles are selected from reliable sources. Click on the tags, or the Search function, to access more SCOPE articles and links to resources on topics that are important to legal services providers.

Who is the Landlord? LTB Review to Sort Out Non-Profits’ Role

A non-profit housing provider’s appeal has triggered a Board-initiated review. The relationship between non-profit organizations as “tenants,” building owners, and occupants of the affordable housing units is to be heard and decided by a three-member panel. Written submissions were to be made by November 2014. The Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation (CERA), Advocacy Centre […]

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Rights, Roads & Wrongs: CanLII Cases for Paralegals

CanLII Connects makes it faster and easier for legal professionals and the public to access high-quality legal commentary on Canadian court decisions. See Scope’s Publisher Page. Here are some recent cases of direct interest and use to paralegals in Ontario:

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