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Why Choose Us?

  • Effective representation before the Landlord and Tenant Board, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, the Divisional Court and all other levels of the Ontario courts
  • Over 30 years of experience in advising both large and small landlords
  • Cost-effective legal solutions that minimize your total expenses
  • Our firm is responsible for numerous precedent-setting residential tenancy law decisions
  • Access to unparalleled network of contract, property management and employment law experts
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Words cannot give our appreciation justice. You were superbly efficient and professional. Your foresight on all matters on our case was truly remarkable. We owe the success and victory of our case to your dedication and preserverance, which you have showed througout the time you were handling our case.
Sawaran Singh Dhaliwal
If you need a lawyer for divisional court appeals, Doug Levitt is my first choice.
Harry Fine, former adjudicator of the Landlord and Tenant Board

Here at HORLICK LEVITT DI LELLA LLP, we have extensive experience when it comes to advising and representing landlords on matters involving residential tenancy laws. In fact, our litigators have become well-known for their ability to set new precedents in this regard.

A Highly Experienced Legal Team

Our team of lawyers has more than 15 years of experience behind them with regards to representing and advising social housing landlords. This means that we have an unparalleled level of understanding with regards to the various challenges facing the social housing sector. We also share our clients’ commitment with regards to providing affordable residential properties and to being actively involved in the growth and development of sustainable communities.

We appear regularly before an array of tribunals and courts including the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, the Landlord and Tenant Board, the Small Claims Court, the Superior Court of Justice, the Court of Appeal for Ontario, the Divisional Court and even the Ontario Court of Justice (in respect of statutory and provincial offences such as fire and building code charges and a range of by-law infractions).

Assisting you with Residential legal Issues

Not many landlords are aware that they need to follow the correct legal process whenever they have to evict a tenant from their property for any reason. However, this is a necessary step in the process, which is why it makes sense to hire qualified and experienced tenant eviction lawyers to assist with doing so. This ensures that you as the landlord won’t be exposed to significant financial liability and that the process goes as smoothly and conveniently as possible for you.

As a residential landlord, you will most likely encounter tenant-related issues such as non-payment of rent, breaches of obligations with regards to repair work, noise, and other types of disturbances, illegal behavior or even non-accidental forms of property damage. While you may think that it is an easy process to evict delinquent tenants because they have breached the terms of their lease or contract, it can become a drawn-out and expensive process, especially if they appeal the eviction. This is why it is highly recommended that you hire the services of one of our tenant lawyers in Toronto to assist you and ensure that you don’t experience any legal repercussions.

Obtain Legal Advice Fast and Efficiently

We have more than one landlord and tenant dispute lawyer on our team, which means that you will be able to obtain tenant-related legal assistance as quickly as possible in the event of a contract or lease breach. If you happen to be evicting a tenant for the first time or you are experiencing tenant-related issues that you may not have dealt with before, you will certainly benefit from hiring a qualified and experienced landlord lawyer in Toronto. Our lawyers will know exactly how to go about dealing with all of the administrative and legal procedures that must be followed - especially if a tenant has hired a lawyer of their own to counter the procedure.

Other situations that warrant the use of a landlord lawyer can include when a tenant is filing for bankruptcy and hasn’t paid rent for more than a few months prior to receiving your eviction notice, the tenant happens to be an employee of yours or you have to comply with various housing program rules and/or rent control policies.

Here at HORLICK LEVITT DI LELLA LLP, our Divisional Court lawyers are able to assist you with all of your Landlord and Tenant Board appeals. In addition, we provide a comprehensive range of other legal services pertaining to conversion of rental properties, leasing and litigation, dispute resolution, construction, financing and property disposal and acquisition. This makes us the ideal choice when it comes to dealing with all of your residential legal requirements.

Active within Recognized Landlord Organizations

Our team is also far more than just residential property experts; we are active members of a number of recognized landlord organizations and provide them guidance and advice on various tenancy law matter - some of these organizations are the Greater Toronto Apartment Association, The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Association, The Federation of Rental Housing Providers of Ontario and The Landlord Self-Help Centre.

Our roster of legal professionals includes many lawyers and paralegals as well, which enables us to provide our services to landlords like you in a timely and cost-effective manner. This is especially beneficial if you are a smaller landlord who requires fast and efficient service at a competitive rate. You can schedule a free no-obligation appointment with any of our lawyers at HORLICK LEVITT DI LELLA LLP today by calling 416 512 7440 ext. 225.

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Toronto
Richmond Hill
Markham
Vaughan
Mississauga
Oakville
Brampton
Newmarket
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