Paul Mitassov Law
Landlord and Tenant Matters
Negotiation with tenants does not always succeed. Sometimes, non-payment of rent, disruptive conduct, and other problems can only be solved via eviction. Occasionally, the landlord may also need to evict the tenant for other reasons, such as needing the property for their own use.
All evictions must be processed through the Landlord and Tenant Board, which will hear your matter and decide whether to order the eviction or to allow the tenant to remain (with or without conditions). The tenant needs to be given advance notice in prescribed form, and only certain situations will be considered appropriate for eviction.
Evictions need to be handled carefully, as any mistakes may cause the Landlord and Tenant Board to delay or prevent an eviction. Experienced legal help is highly recommended to ensure that all steps are performed correctly.
Our firm has extensive experience with tenant evictions, and can assist you with your eviction process. Contact us today and let us protect your rights!
Complex problems need smart solutions. Our highly trained team will review your situation, advise you of your rights, and take prompt action to resolve your legal problem.
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