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Commercial Landlord Services

According to the Commercial Tenancies Act, R.S.O. 1990, commercial landlords generally have two separate and distinct remedies available to them to deal with delinquent tenants: landlord distraints and commercial lockouts.

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Also known as Distress Against Goods, Landlord Distraints is the seizure and liquidation of tenant’s goods in the amount sufficient to cover costs and...

Also known as Termination of Lease, with right circumstances allows the landlord to change the locks and take back possession of the premises thereby...

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