Can I stop the eviction by paying what I owe?
Important COVID-19 update about the Landlord and Tenant Board
Because of COVID-19, the Landlord and Tenant Board has changed some of its processes. You can learn more in the question: How has the COVID-19 pandemic changed the way the LTB handles cases?
If your landlord is trying to you for owing rent, you can stop the eviction by paying what you owe. You can do this any time before the Court Enforcement Office () comes to change your locks.
There is a process the landlord has to follow if they want to evict you because you have not paid rent. Before they can apply to the , they usually have to give you a written first and time to pay any rent that you owe.
In addition to rent, you might also have to pay extra costs to your landlord to stop the eviction. The amount that you have to pay depends on which steps in the eviction process your landlord takes before you pay.
Use CLEO's Eviction Solution Explorer for free to learn what you can do if your landlord wants to evict you because you owe rent.