Ontario Information for New Tenants

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Ontario Landlords are required to provide Ontario's Information for New Tenants to new tenants on the day that they move in or beforehand.

Document Last Modified: 10/5/2018

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All landlords are required to follow certain rules, regulations and laws in order to be in compliance with their individual providence requirements. As a landlord there is a lot to remember when it comes to supplying proper documentation. The Landlord and Tenant board of Ontario requires that the landlord provide each tenant a copy of this brochure on or before the move-in day. This downloadable form includes information that is helpful not only to tenants but to landlords as well.

The Ontario Residential Tenancies Act supplies landlords and tenants with specific knowledge on the rights and responsibilities he/she may have before, during and after the rental process. The Ontario Information for New Tenants identifies the rights that both the tenant and landlord have. This brochure gives a quick, easy to follow guide to eliminate confusion and save the landlord, and their tenant time and headaches.

The Landlord and Tenant board of Ontario was created to inform landlords and tenants about their rights under the act, as well as information on resolving any disputes that may occur between the landlord and tenant by providing proper information. The document breaks down each party's obligations. The Ontario Information for New Tenants document explains the tenants obligations including the responsibilities for rent, security deposit, notice, damages and more. This ezLandlord Forms document also goes into the obligations of the landlord including collecting and increasing rent, the tenants privacy, and the restrictions he/she must follow.

This ezLandlord Forms document can be downloaded free of charge. It is recommended for both the landlord and tenant to keep a copy of the Ontario Information for New Tenants in their records. This brochure provides the landlord with some general information about the rights and responsibilities of both parties, but more importantly it provides easy to understand bulleted information of the do's and don'ts of each party.