RTA Webinars (April 4 & 22)

April 4, 2024

9:30 am - 11:50 am

Join us for these important legal sessions designed to equip rental housing providers with the knowledge and strategies needed to navigate the intricate landscape of the RTA with confidence. This event will take place in two webinars, login details will be sent 24 hours prior to each session. 

Stay ahead of the curve as we delve into topics such as extraordinary municipal property tax increases and recovery through Above Guideline Increases (AGIs), procedural updates including the latest changes at the LTB Portal, as well as insights into the current process and timelines for a hearing. We’ll also discuss best practices to manage assignments, sublets, and avoid 'unauthorized occupancies' as this continues to be on the rise due to affordability issues.

Our experts will also explore the impact of municipal encroachment on the Residential Tenancies Act and Landlord Tenant Board and what that means for rental housing providers. We’ll conclude our session with a case law update including recent decisions at the Landlord and Tenant Board and Divisional Court.

Don't miss this invaluable opportunity to arm yourself with the knowledge and insights necessary to thrive in today's rental housing market.


2024 Topics Include: 

  • Extraordinary Municipal Property Tax Increases and Recovery Through AGIs
  • Procedural Updates: LTB Portal & current process and timelines for a hearing
  • Assignments, Sublets and Avoiding ‘Unauthorized Occupancies’.” 
  • Coping with Affordability Issues: Multiple “Roommates” in Minimal Space”  
  • Municipal Encroachment on the Residential Tenancies Act and Landlord Tenant Board
  • New Rules: A/C, Cannabis, Lithium batteries next?
  • Monetary Jurisdiction of the LTB and Recent Decisions on “Pay and Stay” Orders
  • New Interpretations and Applications of Section 83—rent strikes, landlord in breach (maintenance), etc
  • Divisional Court Appeals—Case Management Hearings; Orders
  • Tenant’s Regaining Possession after Eviction—how/why this is happening; how to prevent it

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