An Essential Review of Landlord Tenant Law
With the many provisions contained within the Residential Tenancies Act and its regulations, it can often be difficult to navigate changes, especially in the current operating climate. As rental housing providers, it’s important to understand your rights and responsibilities under the RTA. This year, our sessions will focus on a variety of relevant topics including inter-tenant conflicts, recovery of rent arrears, unauthorized occupants, AGI’s and the Human Rights Code. Our presenters will also provide important updates from the Landlord and Tenant Board and current timelines for various hearings.
Learn from Real Life Cases
Several landmark and precedential cases impacting rental housing operations and provider-resident relationships work their way through the courts each year. Our sessions will look at case examples from the LTB and Divisional Court that have significantly affected residential tenancy law this past year.
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We are pleased to provide virtual and in-person options for this year's RTA sessions. Our webinars will take place throughout the month of April in two parts, and on May 10th, we will return to the Old Mill Toronto for our half-day format. All registrations include electronic materials that will be circulated to attendees in advance of their sessions. Please visit our event calendar to view all scheduled sessions or click here
This event will take place in two parts on the following dates:
Part One: Thursday, April 13th 9:30 am - 11:45 am
Part Two: Tuesday, April 18th 10:00 am - 11:15 am
FRPO Member $80 plus HST
Non-Member $175 plus HST
Member of a FRPO Recognized Regional Association $125 plus HST - please email email@example.com to obtain this discount
Please note: Registration fees are per individual. Only registered attendees will be provided access to the webinars. Refunds are not available within 7 days of the event. You may transfer your registration by notifying us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Credit card cancellations will be charged a 5% admin fee.