Home News Legal Issues How to evict a tenant in Ontario NewsLegal IssuesVideos How to evict a tenant in Ontario By Avi Rosen - Apr 21, 2022 7 Story continues below Do you want to evict a tenant in Ontario but don’t know how? Avi Rosen outlines the process in this two-minute video. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Evicting a tenant for personal use of your property COVID-19: Tenant rights, evictions and rent Quinte landlords try to reduce homelessness with eviction alternatives 7 COMMENTS How to evict a landlord. Step one- cut the supports in the basement, step two – hold a large “eviction party” and post invites on the internet. Step three, leave the door unlocked and don’t be there when the floors cave in. Reply I read about much abuse by squatter tenants of the process. There is no way it should take 18 months to get an eviction order. The system is completely broken and it’s the government to blame. There would likely be much more affordable rentals if landlords didn’t have to factor in non-paying tenants into a business plan. Reply There should be a change in law and ltb should be modified , justice delayed justice denied , the tenents take benifit of delay and then run away Reply This landlord bought a Toronto-area farm 2 years ago. But the tenant has barred him from the property https://ca.news.yahoo.com/landlord-bought-toronto-area-farm-080000613.html?soc_src=community&soc_trk=ma === Carolyne L 🍁 Lifestyle and gourmet maven with a giant, successful real estate career history worth sharing… Sent from my iPhone Reply I’ve no pity for him, he brought it on himself since he bought it during the eviction suspension but still tried to evict during said suspension. The CBC is doing what the CBC does best – stir the pot neglecting to mention that little fact. He should have known better and crafted an APS requiring vacant possession. Reply Where was his lawyer and or his agent representation? Who closed and reported sale to LRO ? Reply The laws are very unfair. The LTB needs to be scrapped. I will vote for anyone who supports fairness for the landlord. We need a bill that will eliminate the “Tenant protection agency” and for a new system called” fairness for all landlords, and great tenants” Let us get Smart here. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.