Landlord Engagement Network Workshop
Landlord Engagement Network Workshop – Understanding Month-to-Month Tenancies
In Toronto, when a residential tenancy lease expires and there is no new lease, the tenancy automatically becomes a month-to-month tenancy. The Ontario Residential Tenancies Act affords a number of rights to tenants, but there are some things that change when the standard lease has expired. So what changes when a lease runs out and a tenant starts to rent on a month-to-month basis? What are the obligations of the tenant and the landlord, and how do those change?
Join EYET as we invite a legal expert from the Don Valley Community Legal Services to learn about the differences between standard leases and month-to-month tenancies.
- Understand what to do when a standard lease expires
- Understand the pros and cons of continuing a tenancy in a month-to- month basis.
- Decide if a month-to-month is right for you, and know how to request a new standard lease if desired.
- Recognize the rights of both tenants and landlords in a month-to-month rental.
- Understand the legalities of the Residential Tenancies Act in regards to a month-to-month rental agreement.
Eligibility: Open to tenants, landlords, and housing professionals across the sector.
Date / Time: Thursday, March 19, 2020; 6-8 pm
Location: Ralph Thornton Community Centre: 765 Queen Street East
Click here for Registration and for more information contact Savhanna
Wilson at 647-259-9439 or firstname.lastname@example.org