Professional Services for Residential Landlords
- Determination of Issues and Recommendation of the appropriate and Legal Eviction Process
- Accurate Preparation of the Required Legal Forms
- Process Serving, Inspections & Investigations
- Advocacy and Legal Representation
- Defense of Tenant vs. Landlord Claims
- Assisting Landlords Anywhere in Ontario
- Educational Seminars & Public Speaking Engagements
Are You A Landlord in Need of Help?
We Are Proud Representatives of Landlords in Ontario!
Our Intake Process - Please Read Carefully
We ask that all new AND returning clients follow our intake procedure in order to streamline the process
of determining the best course of action for your situation. Please complete our online intake form with
as much detail as possible, then click: “SUBMIT”
Once you have submitted our intake form, you will hear from us within a few business days.
We may request some additional documentation and/or information.
If you are an Ontario Landlord with problem tenant(s) we can help!
Recent Articles Featuring April Stewart
April Stewart of Landlord Legal was been chosen as one of 5 Dragons (Judges) for the 2014 & 2015 Meaford Dragons' Den! April Stewart of Landlord Legal has been published as one of the "content experts" in the July 2014 issue of the REIN Real Estate Report Read her...read more
Housing Providers, Emergency Services, and the Landlord and Tenant Board
In May of 2011, we were retained by a local subsidized housing provider to assist with the eviction of a tenant who was problematic, to say the least. By the time of our firm’s involvement, the tenant had received a series of eviction notices in form and content consistent with the Board’s guidelines, and application had just been made to the Board to terminate the tenancy. Most interesting to us was the fact that the tenant was already “evicted” from the subject unit by police and fire personnel.read more
What Can you Do If your Tenants Refuse to Leave? It sounds a little “wild, wild, west, doesn’t it? Your problem tenants are finally going to leave…because the Landlord and Tenant Board directed them to do so. What do you do if they are directed to move out, and don’t? Cue the music, kick the tumbleweed. It’s time for the Sheriff. I’m often asked about this stage of the process. “Is there actually a Sheriff”? Do you picture a leather-faced hombre with spurs, ten gallon hat and a spit-shined revolver in his holster? If so, you’ve got it all wrong. Here’s the truth about enforcing Landlord and Tenant Board Orders. It’s not nearly as dramatic as you may think.read more