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Dealing With Problematic Tenants

Toronto Condo Team CA
Publication date:
August 28, 2021
Article Summary: 

The article discusses common problems that condo owners face with tenants and provides ways to deal with problematic tenants. Some of the common reasons for problematic tenants include non-payment of rent, violating property rules, disturbing neighbors, and using the condo for illegal purposes. To prevent or address these issues, condo owners can ensure that their lease clearly states all rules and regulations, document policies and procedures, behave respectfully and objectively with tenants, hire a property manager, and implement a "three strikes" policy. Additionally, the article explains the rights of landlords and condo associations, such as the right to sell or renovate the property, evict tenants who break lease laws, and take legal action against owners and tenants who do not address problematic behavior.


Toronto condos, rental properties, problematic tenants, nonpayment of rent, property rules, property maintenance, illegal purposes, landlord rights, condo association, civil lawsuit, eviction.

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Toronto Condo Team CA
Dealing With Problematic Tenants
August 28, 2021
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