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You simply have to deliver the form: they do not have to accept it. You can deliver it to an office, hand it to the landlord's agent, put it on their desk, mail it or fax it. You will eventually need to involve the LTB because you either have to get the landlord to agree, find a replacement tenant, or appeal to the LTB. If you don't get an assignee and don't ...


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A common solution is to search for a replacement tenant. If you're still living in the house, it wouldn't be impossible to show prospective tenants around the property and let them know that they will be taking over the contract for your remaining tenancy period. This does require the approval of your landlord, so he needs to agree to these new tenants ...


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Are the reasons (mom can't stay because of covid-19 and the son is too young to live by himself) legally justifiable reasons? Unfortunately, not in this case. The landlord can prevail by arguing that the mom, insofar as a holder of a non-immigrant visa, knew or should have known of the risks of being denied entry in the US. In terms of the Restatement (...


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No laws have been changed to create extra rights for tenants owing to covid-19. There are many ever-changing orders regarding eviction, whereby you can't presently be evicted, but these are temporary orders. Otherwise, the general rule is that if you have a lease for a certain period of time, you owe the rent during that period whether or not you are ...


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