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The Real Rules Of Dealing With Rental Properties for Realtors

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This week on FULL CONTACT REAL ESTATE Radio is our featured guest, Katherine Paliwoda, Ontario's foremost authority on the legal relationship between landlord and tenant. Founded in 1984, Katherine Paliwoda & Associates provides various services to Ontario residential landlords including consulting, representation, education courses, landlord forms, and speaking engagements. Katherine's key strength is making Ontario housing law understandable to anyone. This allows Realtors, landlords and clients to clearly understand their rights and responsibilities in any situation they face. ~Influenced Former Ontario Minister Of Housing When the Residential Regulation Act became law in 1986, Katherine Paliwoda created a training and reference manual entitled A Landlord’s Rights and Obligations. It detailed legislation governing Ontario Landlord/Tenant relationships in layman’s terms, making this information easier to understand and more accessible. The then Ontario Minister of Housing adopted the manual as the in-house reference guide for Ministry staff throughout the province. ~27 Year Perspective On Ontario Landlord Tenant Law As changes occurred to Ontario landlord/tenant law over the years, updated editions of A Landlord’s Rights and Obligations were published. Now in its 6th edition and over 500 pages in length, the manual is a complete guide through the major changes and intricacies of the Residential Tenancies Act (RTA). The RTA became law on January 31st, 2007, replacing the Tenant Protection Act (TPA). If you deal with landlords, rentals and or tenants, this is a "don't miss" show. Not intented to solicit properties currently listed nor those under buyer representation. All information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. The public is encouraged to conduct their own investigations, analysis, due diligence, draw their own conclusions, and make their own decisions.

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