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A new resource informs landlords about what happens when a tenant files for assignment into bankruptcy. Landlord’s Self-Help Centre, a non-profit organization that provides information and summary advice to small-scale landlords, produced the fact sheet. It explains bankruptcy procedures, different types of creditors, and offers tips. For example, the trustee in bankruptcy becomes the tenant, […]
The Residential Tenancies Act provides remedies for both landlords and tenants. But did you know that provincial offences prosecution is also available? Landlords or tenants can be charged and prosecuted by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing. Fines of up to $25,000 are available for individuals. The Toronto Star recently covered one such matter […]