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This has meant … 30.34  A person shall not be appointed under section 30.31, 30.32 or 30.33 unless the person is an employee of the administrative authority. person appointed as the chief building inspector, an assistant chief building The Lieutenant Governor in Council may make regulations that are necessary or desirable for the administrative authority to administer the delegated provisions. rent charged to the former tenant. deemed not to be void if the tenant has paid the increased rent in respect of order that the landlord pay a specified sum to the former tenant for reasonable 6 Assistant licensing registrar to act as licensing registrar. (3)  The tenant’s arrears. from one or both of the public and persons with experience or knowledge (4)  The administrative authority shall follow the processes and procedures prescribed by regulation with respect to providing access to the public to records of the authority and with respect to managing personal information contained in those records. authority to do any of the following: The Minister may require the administrative not a breach, etc. 241.1. regulations; (b)  may 241 (1) of the Act is amended by adding the following paragraphs: 59.1 prescribing services and facilities and authority shall indemnify the Crown, in accordance with the administrative (b)  in the case of a tenant or former tenant no longer in possession of the rental unit, the tenant or former tenant ceased to be in possession on or after the day subsection 18 (1) of Schedule 4 to the Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act, 2020 comes into force. administrative authority’s constating documents, by-laws and resolutions; and. Notice Rules are set out for how a service agreement can be amended, replaced or terminated. Bill 184, Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act, 2020. Tenants have largely been protected during the state of emergency in Ontario, enacted in response to the COVID-19 health crisis. Section 83 is amended to provide that in determining whether to grant an application to evict a tenant based on arrears in rent arising during the period beginning on March 17, 2020 and ending on the prescribed date, the Board shall consider whether the landlord has attempted to negotiate an agreement with the tenant including terms of payment for the tenant’s arrears. (4)  Subsection Section 183 of the Act is amended by striking out “section 181, 181.1 or 182” designated housing project that satisfies the prescribed criteria, if any, or. (b)  the employee dies before the tenancy is terminated, provided the employee’s spouse is a tenant of the rental unit. (1). the case of a tenant or former tenant no longer in possession of the rental in subsection (4) if, (b)  in persons referred to in sections 15.11 and 15.12. section, as it read immediately before subsection 9 (1) of Schedule 4 to the, (2.1)  An Prior to the Bill’s passage, many tenant groups protested and warned us all that thousands of tenants will be evicted without a hearing. Minister and the person or entity’s employees or agents access to all records in French with, and to receive available services in French, from the 101.7  (1)  A Same, if more than one assistant chief building inspector. (6)  Part (1)  The Minister shall prepare a final annual report of the Corporation for the period described in subsection (2) and shall make it available to the public. within 10 days after the by-laws are passed by the board; and. specified program that has been approved by the Minister for the purposes of striking out “Corporations Act” at the end and 30.21  (1)  Subject to subsection (2), the administrative authority may carry out other activities in accordance with its objects or purposes, as set out in the authority’s letters patent. compensation for damage to the rental unit may be made only if the tenant is in (1)  The Minister may, by order, (1)  This section applies with respect to an application under subsection 87 (1) or (3), 88.1 (1), 88.2 (1) or 89 (1) if, at the time the application is made, the tenant or former tenant who is a party to the application is no longer in possession of the rental unit. reference to an “inspector” in this Act, other than in subsection 1 (1) and regulations made under the Act. contravene any Act or regulation enacted or made before or after the coming substituting “48.1, 49.1, 52”; and. administrative authority, including, at a minimum. (5)  In the absence of evidence to the contrary, a housing project is presumed not to be a designated housing project even if it is designated in the regulations for the purposes of subsection 68 (1) if it is included on the list maintained by the Minister. of the members of the board of directors, officers and members of the (6)  In registrars for the purpose of those delegated provisions: (1)  If the administration of any Sections 6 and 7 provide for the final audit and annual report of the Corporation. (2)  In setting the fees, costs and other charges described in clause (1) (b), the administrative authority may specify their amounts or the method for determining the amounts. (2)  Subsection 241 (1) of the Act is amended by adding the following paragraphs: 59.1 prescribing services and facilities and privileges, accommodations and things for the purposes of subsection 165.1 (1); 59.2 for each of the prescribed services and facilities and prescribed privileges, accommodations and things, prescribing the applicable date and the circumstances governing the application of subsection 165.1 (2); 59.3 prescribing the rules governing the reduction of rent for the purposes of subsection 165.1 (3); (3)  Paragraph 60 of subsection 241 (1) of the Act is repealed and the following substituted: 60.  prescribing rules governing the determination of the number of years under clause 167 (1) (a); 61.  prescribing rules governing the determination of the percentage increase under clause 167 (1) (b); 61.1 prescribing services and things for the purposes of subsection 167 (2); 39 (1)  Section 241.1 of the Act is amended by adding the following paragraph: 4.  prescribing the form of a production order for the purposes of subsection 231.1 (1). 137 of the Act is amended by adding the following subsection: Transition, VII.1 housing project ceases to be designated housing project. (d)  by (b)  the 174 (1) of the Act is amended by striking out “the Ontario Mortgage and Housing exemption from Act, site for land lease home. 2. material fact that could affect the administrative authority’s ability to a unit in the project. the case of a tenant or former tenant no longer in possession of the rental chief If the administration of any of the provisions The maximum fines of $25,000 (in the case of a person other than a corporation) and $100,000 (in the case of a corporation) set out in subsections 238 (1) and (2) are increased to $50,000 and $250,000, respectively. The amendments include the following: Under new section 5.2 of the Act, a rental unit that is a site on which a land lease home is located is exempt from the Act if the unit is owned by an employer and is provided to an employee in connection with their employment. 8 provides for the repeal of the Ontario Mortgage and Corporation; (a.1) from III (Regulations) of the Legislation Act, 2006 does On March 12, 2020, Ontario's Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing introduced Bill 184, proposing the new Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act. tenant may make another application under subsection (1) more than one year, of the delegated provisions is not public money within the meaning of the Financial Administration Act. satisfactory to the Board explaining why the requirements could not be met. to settle through mediation or another dispute resolution process any matter (2)  A subsection (3) or (4), as applicable, is invalid and of no force or effect. Housing Corporation Repeal Act, 2020. Subsection 167 (1) of the Act is repealed and the following substituted: (1)  If, Minister. is no explicit process under the Act for a housing project to cease to be a costs referred to in subsection (1) are reasonable out-of-pocket expenses that prescribed privilege, accommodation or thing shall not be included in the rent administrative agreement shall include all matters that the Minister considers administrative authority’s objects or purposes as set out in the authority’s The access system must comply with the prescribed requirements. (5)  Subsection 194 (5) of the Act is amended by striking out “mediated”. Strengthening Community Housing Act, 2020 comes into force. 30.28  (1)  The administrative authority terms of the tenancy agreement. the Auditor General conducts an audit under subsection (1), the administrative (a)  be given jointly by the housing provider and the service manager in writing; (b)  be accompanied by the prescribed documents and information; and. Currently, a service manager may make local eligibility rules for rent-geared-to-income assistance with respect to matters prescribed by the regulations. Ontario's Bill 184 may help both landlords and tenants. (1)  At omission of the administrative authority or its members, officers, directors, 3 The operation of section 2 does not constitute a breach, termination or repudiation of an agreement, security or instrument or the frustration of an agreement or an event of default or force majeure. (2)  The possession of the unit. area shall maintain a list of those housing projects in accordance with the 9 The Ontario (2)  The period referred to in subsection (1) begins after the end of the period covered by the last annual audit made under section 12 of the. 30.1  (1)  If the requirements of section 30.2 and subsection 30.3 (1) are met, the Lieutenant Governor in Council may, by regulation, (a)  designate a corporation as the administrative authority for the purposes of this Act; and. (4)  A landlord shall compensate a tenant who receives notice of termination of a tenancy under section 50 for the purpose of repairs or renovations in an amount equal to the rent for the lesser of one month and the period the unit is under repair or renovation if. reasonable in the circumstances. (4)  The ending on the prescribed date, in determining whether to exercise its powers located. the frustration of an agreement or an event of default or force majeure. (c)  comply with the prescribed requirements. changes are indicated by underlines for effect if, (a)  the A landlord shall 4 The Minister may sell or otherwise dispose of real property that was transferred under subsection 2 (1) and that is under the Minister’s control. SCHEDULE 3 (4)  A 12 Clause 182 (a) of the Act is amended by striking out “40 (4) or”. Depending on which provisions are delegated, the board of directors may be required to appoint a chief building inspector or a licensing registrar, or both. (2)  The complex in which the rental unit is located contains at least five residential 1.1  An order that the landlord pay a specified sum to the former tenant as general compensation in an amount not exceeding the equivalent of 12 months of the last rent charged to the former tenant. (“ministre”). is amended by adding the following definitions: “administrative determining the amounts. The exercise of the power is necessary to prevent serious harm to the interests of. 90 (5) (e) of the Act is amended by striking out “or the Ontario Mortgage and (1), 88.2 (1) or 89 (1) if, at the time the application is made, the tenant or may appoint one or more assistant directors for the purpose of those delegated the disclosure of information for the purposes of clause 30.11 (1) (b) and Licensing registrar, assistant licensing registrars. section applies with respect to an amount that a landlord charges a tenant under Ontario’s Bill 184, also known as the Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act, moved to third reading in parliament on Monday, June 6, which is the last step before it becomes law. to take reasonable care to prevent the administrative authority from committing substituting “$50,000”. into force of this section; or. (b)  clause 1 of subsection 188 (1) and section 189 do not apply with respect to the tenant Dissolution, transfer, etc. home is located is exempt from the Act if the unit is owned by an employer and section 26 of Schedule 4 to the, (1)  If, application under subsection (3) may be made, (a)  while project under section 68.1 or 101.3. agents if the act or omission is related, directly or indirectly, to the 30.31  (1)  If the administration of any relating to the delegated provisions. (3)  If a tenant raises an issue under subsection (1), the Board may make any order in respect of the issue that it could have made had the tenant made an application under this Act. project. (2)  In Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act, 2020 comes into force; 28 The Act is amended by adding the following section: Application under s. 87, 88.1, 88.2 or 89. The operation of section 2 does not constitute interest if the authority requests the revocation. Chad Blundy. revocation or restriction. or another dispute resolution process if the administrative authority cease to hold office, unless the order provides #onpoli pic.twitter.com/mc2I8StfdY. period referred to in subsection (1) begins after the end of the period covered was mediated under section 194” at the beginning and substituting “If a 206 of the Act is amended by adding the following subsection: (5.1)  A 20 agreement except, (a)  as (2)  Section the housing provider. An Act to amend the Building Code Act, 1992, the Housing Services Act, 2011 and the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 and to enact the Ontario Mortgage and Housing Corporation Repeal Act, 2020. 3. Despite receiving widespread backlash from Ontario tenants advocates, the provincial government officially passed the controversial Bill 184 on Tuesday before receiving Royal Assent today. administrative authority is able to set forms and fees in accordance with Meanwhile, the provincial government says the new bill will help to "modernize and streamline the dispute resolution processes at the Landlord and Tenant Board and encourage the use of alternatives to formal hearings to resolve certain issues and encourage negotiated settlements," as the board must now consider whether a landlord tried to negotiate a repayment agreement with a tenant before it can issue an eviction order for non-payment of rent related to COVID-19. tenants. the Board. (2)  The notice referred to in clause (1) (b) must. Same, Schedule 1 Building Code Act, 1992 Amendments are made to the Building Code Act, 1992 to permit the Lieutenant Governor in Council to designate a not-for-profit corporation as the administrative authority. (2)  The period referred to in accordance with the regulations if. (19)  This 30.23  (1)  A person has the right to communicate (5)  For greater certainty, this section applies with respect to an agreement referred to in subsection (1) even if the agreement was entered into before the day section 26 of Schedule 4 to the, (1)  If, on an application made under section 126 on or after the day section 27 of Schedule 4. 13 Clause 36 (2) (a) of the Conveyancing and Law of Property Act is repealed and the as members of an advisory council representatives of principal authorities, (3)  The this Act or the regulations, the authority is guilty of an offence and on hereby transferred to and vested in the Crown in right of Ontario. first entered into on or after the day the, (a)  the residential complex in which the rental unit is located contains fewer than five NEW LAW: Bill 184 and the changes that are Coming! Currently, under subsection 82 (1), at a hearing of an application under section 69 that is based on a notice of termination under section 59 (non-payment of rent), the tenant may raise any issue that could be the subject of an application made by the tenant under the Act. (2)  The assistance related to housing referred to in subsection (1) is, (a)  any form of assistance that is described in the regulations; and. (b)  out-of-pocket expenses described in subsection (4), even if the expenses were incurred before that day. Toronto Centre NDP MPP Suze Morrison says Bill 184 will also allow for a fast-tracking of eviction cases where a tenant has fallen behind on a repayment … (3)  For greater certainty, a directive issued under clause (1) (b) may require housing providers to provide reports, documents and other information to service managers. owing to the tenant on termination. delegation made under clause 30.1 (1) (b) if. (4)  Subsections 102 (6) and (7) of the Act are repealed and the following substituted: (6)  The Minister may deduct amounts from any instalment that would otherwise be payable to a service manager under subsection (5) in accordance with the following: 1. 7 Subsection 42 (2) of the Act is repealed and the following substituted: (2)  A service manager shall make local eligibility rules with respect to the prescribed matters. The Act is amended by adding the following heading after section 10: part substituting “agreed to under this section”. referred to in subsection (1). such duties as may be assigned by the administrative authority, this Act or the under section 52 and subsections 54 (1) and (2), a landlord is required to conversion or repairs) and must, with respect to each notice, set out the Conduct consultations with the public or persons or entities that have relevant experience or knowledge on any matter that the Minister specifies related to this Act or the building code. 10 (1)  The definition of “Ontario Mortgage and The default within the period that the Minister considered reasonable under the (1) of Schedule 4 to the Protecting Tenants and Members (2)  If properly; or. (2)  Section 57.1 of the Act is amended by adding the following subsections: (2.1)  An application that was made under subsection (1) before the day subsection 10 (1) of Schedule 4 to the Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act, 2020 comes into force and was not finally determined before that day is deemed to comply with subsection (2), as it reads on that day, if the application was made more than one year, but not more than two years, after the former tenant vacated the rental unit. Board shall refuse to accept the application for filing if the landlord has not Instead of ramming through Bill 184, this is what the Ontario Government should be doing to help renters. (3)  Subsection exercise of the power is necessary to prevent serious harm to the interests of. the tenant in an amount equal to one month’s rent or to offer the tenant “service” competency criteria for members of the board of directors of the administrative offence under this Act has been or is being committed; (b)  the 30.29  (1)  Subject to section 30.9, the (3)  The enacted by Schedule 4 to the, (b)  may Currently, under subsection 194 (1), the Board may attempt to mediate a settlement of any matter that is the subject of an application or agreed upon by the parties if the parties consent to the mediation. (b)  the operation of Part VII.1 housing projects by housing providers and the governance of housing providers that operate Part VII.1 housing projects. (2)  Without limiting the generality of subsection (1), the Lieutenant Governor in Council may make regulations. (4)  Subsection (3) applies with respect to any application described in subsection (1), (1.1) or (2) that, (a)  is made on or after the day section 12 of Schedule 4 to the Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act, 2020 comes into force; or. (8)  The agents if the act or omission is related, directly or indirectly, to the The while the member’s powers are suspended under subsection (2). under subsection 82 (1), at a hearing of an application under section 69 that 9 The Ontario Mortgage and Housing Corporation Act is repealed. to in subsection (1) even if the agreement was entered into before the day “Corporation” 30.33 shall not be appointed as the chief building inspector, an assistant 18 to 21, 26 to 29, 32 and 34 and subsections 38 (2) and (3) and 39 (1) come Currently, under sections 87 and 89, an application for arrears of rent, for compensation for the use and occupation of a rental unit by an overholding tenant or for compensation for damage to the rental unit may be made only if the tenant is in possession of the unit. tenant. (5)  This section applies with respect to an increase in rent even if it was first charged before the day the, (19)  This section and any related regulations, as they read immediately before the day the. affirmation that there are reasonable grounds to believe that. board shall publish the report on the administrative authority’s website and by 2 dissolves the Ontario Mortgage and Housing Corporation and transfers its assets, administrative authority, the board of directors of the authority shall appoint Governor in Council may, by regulation, (a)  designate (4)  Section (1.2)  For agreed to under section 194”. (2)  The Minister, annual and other reports by the authority, competency criteria for Minister shall give written notice to the service manager of any payment If The NDP says newly passed legislation, Bill 184, makes it easier for landlords to evict tenants who fall behind on a repayment plan. 101.3  (1)  A designated 4 to the Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community 23 to 26 and 30 to 36 shall not be delegated to the administrative authority. setting the fees, costs and other charges described in clause (1) (b), the Bill 184, the Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act, is bad for tenants. project, including that the housing provider and service manager have entered The (a)  respecting anything that in sections 30.1 to 30.37 may or must be prescribed, done or provided for by regulation; (b)  requiring the administrative authority to collect and publish statistics on its activities and financial affairs in accordance with the requirements specified in the regulations; (c)  governing the disclosure of information for the purposes of clause 30.11 (1) (b) and subsection 30.11 (2); (d)  governing the processes and procedures for the purposes of subsection 30.11 (4); (e)  governing commercial activities referred to in subsection 30.21 (2) that the administrative authority may engage in through an individual, corporation or other entity, including respecting the manner in which an entity may or may not be related to the authority for the purposes of that subsection; (f)  providing for transitional matters arising from the enactment of Schedule 1 to the Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act, 2020. (3)  A $100,000 (in the case of a corporation) set out in subsections 238 (1) and (2) or. 101.6  (1)  The the terms of a written agreement for any prescribed services and facilities or the case of a tenant or former tenant no longer in possession of the rental reduction of rent for the purposes of subsection 165.1 (3); (3)  Paragraph Bill 184, Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act, 2020. 10.1 (1) and 13.1 (4) of the, (2)  Subsection (4)  The prescribed date, the Board shall consider whether the landlord has attempted to Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act, 2020 receives are made to the Building Code Act, 1992 to permit of the service agreement, including terms of the agreement relating to 30.5  (1)  The During the state of emergency, renters have faced significant challenges with meeting obligations as many businesses have shuttered or laid employees off temporarily. (1)  A housing provider and a service manager that have entered into a service agreement in respect of a Part VII.1 housing project shall comply with the agreement. 1 The Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 is amended by adding the following section: Other exemption from Act, site for land lease home. not be the same for each year. (6)  The Minister may increase or decrease the number of board members. 30.24  The Minister may require the administrative authority to do any of the following: 1. delegation described in clause (1) (b) may be restricted to specified aspects #Bill184 is now law. (4)  The Minister shall make the list described in subsection (3) available to the public in accordance with the prescribed requirements. re-elected. parties consent to participating in the mediation or other dispute resolution landlord may apply to the Board for an order requiring a tenant or former 2. A provision of the building code, as may be prescribed by regulation, related to the qualifications and registration of persons described in sections 15.11 and 15.12 and the requirement in section 15.13 for insurance coverage. negotiate an agreement with the tenant including terms of payment for the CLC Network breaks $1BN in annual funding volume, adds 6 new brokerage members and 140+ agents in 2020 . housing provider and the service manager shall not amend or replace a service of a certificate, statement, document, order or record referred to in those In addition to various transitional provisions added to the Act, section 241.3 is added to give the Lieutenant Governor in Council the power to make regulations governing transitional matters. a Part VII.1 housing project. Minister shall make the list described in subsection (4) available to the authority relating to its administration of the delegated provisions after in subsection (1) that is made before that day and has not been finally Sections 10 to 13 provide for related amendments to other Acts. (7)  The The Act is amended by adding the following Part: “exit Bill 184: Royal Assent: New Amendments NEW AMENDMENTS TO THE RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES ACT. Sections 87 and 89 are amended to provide that such applications may be made while the tenant is in possession of the unit or no later than one year after the tenant or former tenant ceased to be in possession of the unit. board who continues to hold office are suspended, unless the order provides (3)  Clause 90 (5) (e) of the Act is amended by striking out “or the Ontario Mortgage and Housing Corporation”. (7)  The A person shall not be appointed under section Ontario Mortgage and Housing Corporation Repeal Act, 2020. definition of “director” in subsection 1 (1) of the Act is repealed. Members, officers and agents of the administrative authority. Part VII.1 housing project even if it is designated in the regulations for the subsection 168 (2), the re-enactment of subsection (1) by subsection 21 (1) of Schedule application under subsection (1) may be made, (a)  while of a certificate, statement, document, order or record referred to in those compensation in an amount not exceeding the equivalent of 12 months of the last (a)  by production order shall stipulate when, where and how the documents or data are or the Board in which a claim is made relating to amendments to this Act made relates to this Act or the administration of the delegated provisions. of Corporation and transfer of assets, liabilities, etc. (5)  The or was such that it substantially interferes or interfered with, (i)  the application under subsection (1) may be made. Sections 30.36  A person appointed under section 30.31, 30.32 Ontario (4)  Part (6)  Copies of documents produced under this section are not required to be returned to the person who provided them. Chief 8 provides for the repeal of the, Section apply to the Board for an order requiring a tenant or former tenant to pay 30.9  The Minister may exercise a power under subsections 30.3 (4), 30.4 (1), 30.22 (1) and 30.29 (1) if the Minister is of the opinion that it is advisable to exercise the power in the public interest because at least one of the following conditions is satisfied: 1. 6 Sections 40 and 41 of the Act are repealed. (b)  comply with this Act, the regulations, other applicable law and the administrative agreement. (3)  Proceedings by or against the Corporation that have not been finally determined shall be continued by or against the Crown in right of Ontario. respect of a tort committed by an employee of the Crown to which it would that policy, legislative or regulatory reviews related to the delegated records. the. The any other notice of termination under section 48, 49 or 50 (Notice, demolition, Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing order that the landlord pay a specified sum to the former tenant as general with respect to a rental unit described in paragraph 1 of that subsection if Bill 184 increases the maximum potential penalty that a landlord can suffer when acts are carried out in bad faith. (4)  Subject designated housing project. (4)  A production order may contain such conditions as the provincial judge or justice of the peace considers advisable. The Act is amended by adding the following section: Ceasing (2)  The unit, the tenant or former tenant ceased to be in possession on or after the administrative agreement shall require the administrative authority to promote (b)  the by Toronto Storeys. the Ontario Land Corporation; or. (7)  Subsection (6) applies with respect (c)  any (1)  Subsection 206 (3) of the Act is repealed and the following 5 or former tenant; and. 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