Residential Tenancies in Ontario, 4th Edition
This title provides an update on the latest changes to the law and an examination of recent key case law, as well as detailed analysis of difficult legal questions.
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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 Landlord and Tenant Board (LTB) adjudicators.
The Authoritative Guide for Representation of Residential Landlords and Tenants
The law of residential tenancies in Ontario continues to see a lot of developments on both the legislative and case law fronts. This fourth edition of Residential Tenancies in Ontario – widely cited by tribunals and courts – provides an update on the latest changes to the law and an examination of recent key case law, as well as detailed analysis of difficult legal questions.
The structure is designed to help you find information quickly, including:
- Summary charts providing a quick reference to the law
- Detailed examination of legal issues, organized by topic – with careful consideration of the applicable principles
- Numerous case law examples – how have courts and tribunals interpreted the principles?
- Recommended solutions for difficult or unresolved Issues
What's New In This Edition
- Updated chapters covering co-operative housing evictions and social housing
- Extensively updated content on human rights, including a step-by-step analysis and advocacy advice for tenants and landlords
- Up-to-date information on the LTB’s procedures
- Detailed examination of natural justice issues as they apply to the LTB
- Update on jurisdictional issues between the tribunal and the courts
- Discussion of the state of repairs and maintenance law post-Onyskiw
- Examination of the remedies available and advice on the remedies to request
- Discussion of the interplay between applications: T2 or T3? T6 or T2?
Who Should Read This Book
- Housing Co-ops who need to file eviction applications with the Landlord & Tenant Board
- Lawyers and paralegals who advise on residential tenancy law, appear before the Landlord and Tenant Board and handle appeals from LTB decisions
- Landlord and Tenant Board adjudicators who need advice on the full gamut of common and uncommon issues
- Legal clinics seeking an authoritative reference for their landlord and tenant law practice
- Law professors seeking a reliable text on residential tenancy law with scholarly analysis
- Real estate lawyers who need information on landlord's liability in a variety of circumstances
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Introduction, History & Statutory Interpretation
Chapter 2: Jurisdiction
Chapter 3: Ontario Human Rights Code
Chapter 4: Tenancy Agreements
Chapter 5: Assignment & Sublet
Chapter 6: Exemptions from the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006
Chapter 7: Termination of a Tenancy
Chapter 8: Eviction & Other Landlord Applications
Chapter 9: Relief from Eviction
Chapter 10: Repairs and Maintenance
Chapter 11: Other Tenant Applications
Chapter 12: Rent
Chapter 13: Remedies
Chapter 14: Procedure
Chapter 15: Co-Operative Housing Evictions
Chapter 16: Social Housing
Residential Tenancies Act, 2006
Table of Cases