RECENT Ontario Landlord Tenant Board Case Highlights Moak Law Success 040519

Cornwall & Kingston area veteran Paralegal James Moak has championed and fought for the Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board to no longer accept unlicensed representatives to appear before tribunals in contradiction to the  Law Society  Act. In a case heard in March of 2019 it was determined: “The applicant is not the “Landlord” as defined… Continue reading RECENT Ontario Landlord Tenant Board Case Highlights Moak Law Success 040519

#OPP Warn About Rental Scams – If it’s Too Good to Be True… 102618

Rental Scams (Grenville County, ON) Recently, the Grenville County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have had reports of fraudulent house rental listings on social media sites. Often, these rental listing will be listed at a below market value and require an upfront payment. The OPP would like to remind the public to be aware of such scams.… Continue reading #OPP Warn About Rental Scams – If it’s Too Good to Be True… 102618

Kingston Landlord Charged for Harassing Tenant – #KPS 100118

  Police Bulletin Calls for Service Kingston Police had 381 calls for service over the weekend of September 28-30, 2018. Of these, 274 calls occurred in the city central area, 72 in the west end, 11 in the east end, and 9 north of Highway 401. Some of these included: 17 domestic calls 6 assault… Continue reading Kingston Landlord Charged for Harassing Tenant – #KPS 100118

Ontario Appeal Win Means Non Licencees Cannot Appear For Landlord Tenant Board Hearings

CFN –  A recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision is good news for Paralegal’s and lawyers in the province as Land Lords will no longer be able to have property managers handle certain duties. The Law Society of Upper Canada vs Enzo Vincent Chiarelli of May 14, 2014 upheld an earlier decison. Local Paralegal James… Continue reading Ontario Appeal Win Means Non Licencees Cannot Appear For Landlord Tenant Board Hearings

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