From the Ontario Rental Housing Tribunal:
Free Applications, Forms and Notices and Information Pamphlets (Some of the available pamphlets are listed below)
Disposal of Abandoned Property: Rules about the disposal of property left behind by a tenant.
If a tenant doesn’t pay rent: The basic rules for termination of tenancy by a landlord if a tenant fails to pay rent.
Illegal Lockouts: Describes the remedies available to a tenant if they have been improperly evicted.
Maintenance and Repairs: Rules about the responsibilities of both landlords and tenants.
Rules About Rent: Rules about the amount of rent which can be charged a new tenant, rent deposits, rent increases for current tenants, illegal rent and charges, and types of rental units not covered by some of the rent rules.
Summons: How to request and serve a summons.
Reasons for Terminating a Tenancy By a Landlord: A chart which describes how and when a landlord may properly terminate a tenancy.
Terminating a Tenancy: A summary or overview of terminating a tenancy by a landlord or a tenant, including lease renewals, and assigning and subletting.
The Year 2004 Rent Increase Guideline: An explanation of the guideline amount for 2004, and what it means to landlords and tenants.
Landlord's Self-Help Centre is an incorporated non-profit organization that provides information, assistance and educational programs to Ontario's small scale landlords free of charge.