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Ontario Residential Tenancies Law, Second Edition
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A comprehensive annotation of Ontario's major residential tenancy laws, this important resource features:
  • Expert commentary on the legislation and decisions of importance
  • Hundreds of summaries of leading reported and unreported court and Landlord and Tenant Board decisions
  • Landlord and Tenant Board Rules of Practice and Interpretation Guidelines
  • Landlord and Tenant Board Forms
  • A table of concordance between the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 and the Tenant Protection Act, 1997
This looseleaf service is updated regularly to ensure that the latest decisions and legislative changes are at your fingertips. An invaluable resource for lawyers, paralegals and Board members.
À propos de l'auteur
Robert G. Doumani is a partner and member of Aird & Berlis LLP's Municipal and Land Use Planning Group and a former member of the firm's executive committee. Mr. Doumani acts for the public and private sectors in connection with municipal servicing and finance issues, public/public and public/private sector ventures, development charge matters, residential housing issues, including new development, demolition and conversion of existing rental housing stock, infill and intensification and the regulation of rental housing. His clients include municipalities, developers and apartment building owners. He writes many articles and has authored a number of books on municipal and land use planning, the most recent of which is the Ontario Planning Legislation & Commentary, 2016 Edition and Ontario Residential Tenancies Law.
Carol A. Albert, LL.B., LL.M., is a Master of the Superior Court of Justice in Ontario. She is an accredited author and lecturer, and prior to her appointment to the bench practiced residential tenancy law. Interested in international justice reform, Master Albert has participated in legal training workshops in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Bangladesh. Master Albert is a regular contributor to continuing legal education programmes.
Joy Overtveld, LL.B. acted for landlords in her own private practice which was restricted to residential tenancies law, for over a decade. As a landlord's daughter, she also had hands-on experience in the industry prior to becoming a lawyer. Her efforts to organize the landlord community in an annual city-wide food drive which continues to collect over 100,000 pounds of food annually for the poor, won her the Gordon F. Henderson award for outstanding community service in 2004. Ms. Overtveld taught the landlord-tenant portion of the Bar Admission course to incoming lawyers in Eastern Ontario, has written articles for various landlord professional organizations and has chaired a number of CLE events on landlord and tenant law for the FRPO, ORLA, CCLA and the OBA. She is currently taking a break from private practice and pursuing her R.P.A. (Real Property Administrator) designation through the Building Owners and Managers Institute (BOMI) to improve her understanding of current business practices within the industry.