Tenants Were Provided with Bad Faith Advice From Ford In March 2020! The LTB and Landlords Have Abused This Bad Faith Advice To Trample Tenant Rights!
We Will Be Compensated By Both Ford And The Landlords Who Have Used This Bad Faith To Evict Tenants And Destroyed Lives!
Call To Action TENANTS!
We have been reaching out to Tenants to explain to them how to really handle bad landlords for maximum winning. Protests and “uniting together” physically is useful but not the ultimate nuclear bomb we need.
Landlords can just hire security, wait us out, and use our rent money to hire people to harass us.
You need to hit landlords in what is the only thing they care about: their money and their feeling they are superior and untouchable!
And how do you do it?
Make them pay fees and make them personally responsible!
Stop feeling intimidated, stop being depressed, and fight back and win! Yes, you have power they don’t want you to know you have!
Be aggressive and put your landlord/building owner on the Stand in Court where they cannot lie or they will have a criminal charge of perjury! This is their nightmare!
Time For Justice! We Will Now Stop Begging For Fairness And Put The Ontario Government and The Landlord and Tenant Board On Trial!
In March 2020 Premier Doug Ford said tenants don’t have to pay rent if they can’t afford to.
Now, over a year later, tenants are being evicted just for following the order from Premier Ford.
He set us up.
All so-called landlord claims will lose as the situation now is worse for Tenants than ever before
The key step that showed their actions was deleting all the “LTB interpretations” on the LTB website…meaning all former interpretations of the rules at the LTB were “vanished” and replaced with pro-landlord pablum!
Meanwhile the LTB continued to grovel to the powerful landlord interests. It so not only pathetic, it shows the LTB has become biased against Tenants since the pandemic began!
This is unfair and unacceptable! And we will prove in in the courts!
Tenants across Ontario are working with legal aid clinics to provide strategic assistance and to deliver a notice letter to The Province of Ontario pertaining to compensation for the financial losses of TENANTS and to make immediate changes to the unfair Residential Tenancies Act failing which legal action will be contemplated to provide fairness to TENANTS.
Fundraising for the legal costs begins SOON.
TENANTS have suffered immense and unpublicized losses due to the Government’s unilateral decision to close the LTB and clog the redress process by banning Tenant legal complaints about harassment, abuse, and lack of maintaining our homes.
All this unilaterally decided by the Government without any compensation to TENANTS.
The Government has repeatedly said “We remain committed to providing fair, effective and timely access to justice”.
For TENANTS, it hasn’t been fair, it hasn’t been effective and there certainly hasn’t been timely access to justice.
TENANTS are seeking restitution and compensation for millions in rental losses due to no fault of their own retroactive to March 1, 2020.
Tenants Are Being Evicted Without Fair Process
Contract law is not being adhered to and this reflects a direct bias to us.
Additionally, we are not afforded the same legal rights as other contract holders, access to justice or access to the criminal laws. No other category is denied these rights.
No person can enter a grocery store and get kicked out just because it can take a couple of minutes to pull our debit cards.
Once COVID hit and the Provincial Government placed a moratorium on evictions, TENANTS faced extreme financial hardship.
The Government released a financial package for every group impacted by the pandemic: commercial landlords, students, big corporations, airlines, NGOs, unemployed, farmers, non profits, artists, civil servants etc….BUT NOT TENANTS!
NO COMPENSATION WAS PROVIDED FOR TENANTS AFTER PREMIER FORD SAID WE DON’T HAVE TO PAY RENT!
And the messaging from our Ontario Premier, very early into the pandemic, was that if rent could not be paid then the tenant would not need to pay the rent owed and the Provincial Government would not make these same tenants face eviction.
This was a lie and this lie has cause billions of dollars in damages and lives destroyed!
The LTB was already being investigated by the Ombudsman of Ontario, due to the increasingly lengthy delays in Tenants obtaining a hearing for anything from damages to property, non payment of rent, illegal activities in the rental property, etc.
But this failed.
We need your financial support. This is a call to action. It’s time to stop the bias towards TENANTS.
- – compensation for TENANT arrears
- – immediate changes to the residential tenancy act to help TENANTS
- – a public online database of LANDLORD rental history
- – prosecute repeat LANDLORD offenders
- – grant more powers to the police for disputes at rental properties
If you are wondering what a class action lawsuit is, you’re not alone.
Class action lawsuits tend to be highly complex, and they require an experienced lawyer at the helm. The actual definition of a class action, though, is fairly simple: in a class action, a person or group of people sues on behalf of a large group of people who all suffered the same legal injury.
For example, someone could file a class action suit on behalf of everyone who:
- Was billed for the same unauthorized charges
- Saw the same false ads before paying for a product or service
- Bought the same defective product
- Suffered losses from investing in the same security
- Paid too much for a product or service because of the same anticompetitive conduct
The person who starts the lawsuit is called the named plaintiff or class representative. The people proposed to be represented are called the class members. Class action lawsuits typically include hundreds or thousands of class members.
If you are having problems with a company—whether it’s a website, a company you invested in, or even your employer OR YOUR LANDLORD—many other people may be having the same problems.
In these situations, a class action suit is often the best solution because it can allow many people across the country to benefit from a single lawsuit. It also empowers individuals who may otherwise lack a means of speaking out to stand up against a powerful company in court.
Any injured person can initiate a class action suit, but specific requirements apply. Below we outline the class action requirements and what you can expect as a class member or a class representative.