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Ontario Landlord & Tenant Law Practice, 2024 Edition
This authoritative work has proven to be an indispensable resource for anyone who works with landlords and tenants in their daily practice, as well as Landlord and Tenant Board adjudicators.
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Fleming on Tenancies
"Fleming on Tenancies", as it is now known, comes in two parts – the "Annual Practice" and the treatise Residential Tenancies in Ontario, both written by Jack Fleming who has almost 40 years’ experience in landlord and tenant law. This 2-part, must-have combo has proven to be an indispensable resource for anyone who works with landlords and tenants in their daily practice, as well as judges and Landlord and Tenant Board (LTB) adjudicators.
Practicing Landlord & Tenant Law
Ontario Landlord & Tenant Law Practice, 2024 Edition serves as a timely legal resource for landlord and tenant lawyers, paralegals, social housing providers and housing co-ops to catch up on recent changes in landlord and tenant law practice.
Features and Benefits
- Superior commentary and analysis – Written by a leading expert in the landlord and tenant field
- Practice points – Provides succinct and practical guidance on key landlord and tenant issues, including a summary of principles and factors to consider when arguing a case
- Unmatched coverage – Case law, Landlord and Tenant Board decisions and unreported decisions not available in any other publications
- Cross references to other legislation and related material
- Cross references to Residential Tenancies in Ontario, Fourth Edition
What's New In This Edition
The new 2024 Edition has been fully updated with all annotations and material to make this reference uncluttered with obsolete cases, keeping just the current and applicable information in a portable format. New edition highlights include:
- The latest legislative amendments to the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006
- Inclusion of Non-Profit Housing Co-operative Forms
- Key recent LTB, Divisional Court and Ontario Court of Appeal decisions, such as:
- The Divisional Court’s decisions in Schram v. Thompson and Minas v. Adler (on when a wrongfully evicted tenant can have possession of the rental unit restored)
- The Divisional Court’s decisions in Fisher v. Michel and Elkins v. Van Wissen (on the definition of “good faith” in landlord’s own use evictions and the point in time when it applies)
- The Divisional Court decision in Sharma v. Sandhu (the doctrine of discoverability does not apply to the limitation period in s. 57)
- Numerous LTB decisions on the application of s. 55.1 (on the timing of compensation that must be paid by the landlord for various notices of termination, including landlord’s own use)
- LTB decisions on eviction for purchaser’s own use, where the LTB hearing takes place after the sale of the property has closed
- Updated commentary throughout the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006, including numerous unreported decisions
- Updated analysis and case law annotations concerning the application of the Human Rights Code to landlord and tenant law
- Updated case law annotations concerning landlord and tenant law under the Statutory Powers Procedure Act
Table of contents
Table of Acronyms and Abbreviations
Detailed Table of Contents
Table of Cases
Residential Tenancies Act, 2006
General – O. Reg. 516/06
Maintenance Standards – O. Reg. 517/06
Smart Meters and Appointment of Utility Costs – O. Reg. 394/10
Social Justice Tribunals Ontario Rules of Practice
Social Justice Tribunals Ontario Common Rules
Landlord and Tenant Board Interpretation Guidelines
Table of Forms
Landlord and Tenant Board Forms
Statutory Powers Procedures Act
Ontario Human Rights Code
Ontario Human Rights Code Regulation – O. Reg. 290/98
OHRC's Policy on Human Rights and Rental Housing - Issued July 21, 2009
Mortgages Act (Part V)
Cooperative Corporations Act (selected sections)
Commercial Tenancies Act
Housing Services Act
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