COVID-19 has impacted virtually every segment of Canadian society. During these stressful times, Chris Chu Law is offering free virtual info-sessions to members of the public regarding legal topics that impact their lives under the current COVID-19 climate. Join Chris Chu and Adaline Huang this Tuesday, April 21, for a discussion on residential leasing during COVID-19.
TROUBLESHOOTING RESIDENTIAL LANDLORD & TENANT ISSUES DURING COVID-19
Date: Tuesday, April 21
Time: 2:00 PM
Format: Online via Zoom
Space is limited. Please secure your spot in our free web series by contacting: [email protected]
COVID-19 has impacted every sector of life in Ontario. Apart from the massive health implications brought about by COVID-19, the economy has been forced to slow down at unprecedented rates. With employment opportunities drying up, the rental properties in Ontario are feeling massive pressures to survive amidst uncertainty. Social isolation orders, combined with a fleeting sense of financial security, have placed tenants and landlords into potential tensions. Especially within densely populated cities in Ontario, concerns over the longevity of residential leasing has been at the forefront of the COVID-19 discussion.
If you’re a tenant or landlord, this free webinar will provide you with some useful information on the following:
- The current laws regarding residential leases.
- How the Landlord Tenant Board (the ‘LTB‘) has responded in the wake of COVID-19.
- Managing the delicate landlord-tenant relationship.
- Creating an action plan for surviving the current COVID-19 climate.
This webinar is open to all to attend and will cover topics relevant to both tenants and landlords. We invite participants to send us questions ahead of time so that we can add to the material for a more thorough discussion on residential leasing.
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