EVICTING A NON-PAYING TENANT
A large majority of residential lease agreements contain a clause affording a landlord the right to summarily cancel the lease agreement, without further notice to the tenant, should the tenant fail to pay rental when it is due. This is, however, not allowed where the CPA and PIE Act are applicable, and in the below paragraphs we briefly explain what the correct procedure is.
UNDERSTANDING TRUSTS AND TRUSTEES
In practice, one receives many questions from trustees regarding the practicalities of managing trusts. What must be done if a trustee dies or resigns? What is required to record decision-making, if anything? Sound trust administration demands diligence and concern with legalities. Below we address a few of the most frequent questions we encounter and the answers thereto.