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tenant rights

I was evicted so my landlord could tear down our house. This is what I wish I knew before.
Here are some tips on how to avoid living a housing horror story in Ontario.
Nearly two-thirds side with landlords on the issue of animals in rented homes.
It's happening a fair bit: great tenants with no intentions of moving are being served N12 forms by their landlords, a legal notice which provides them with 60 days' notice to vacate the premises. And it's entirely lawful for the landlord to do this, as long as they meet some very specific conditions and act in "good faith."
While some associations feel that the Ontario Residential Tenancies Act currently favours tenants (although associations representing tenants will disagree), there are proposed changes being debated that could shift the power back into the hands of the landlord.