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regulation may be made under subsection 30.1 (1) only if the Minister and the rules governing the payment of fees, costs and charges described in clause (b). receives Royal Assent; and. on an application made under section 126 on or after the day section 27 of Schedule (a)  the housing provider and the service manager in whose service area the housing project is located have entered into a service agreement that complies with the prescribed requirements; (b)  the housing provider and the service manager have given the Minister notice in accordance with subsection (3) of their intention that the housing project be a Part VII.1 housing project; and. If passed, Bill 184 will effect changes to Ontario's Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 (the " RTA "), which will be relevant to residential landlords and tenants. Minister shall give notice of a directive issued under subsection (1) in Clark, Hon. 13 Clause 36 (2) (a) of the Conveyancing and Law of Property Act is repealed and the 11 (1)  The Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing Act is amended by adding the following section: 7.1  (1)  Subsections 10.1 (1) and 13.1 (4) of the Ontario Mortgage and Housing Corporation Act, as they read immediately before being repealed, continue to apply, with necessary modifications, with respect to the persons with respect to whom those subsections applied immediately before being repealed. Presumed not to be designated housing project. necessary modifications, to specified things or in specified circumstances; (c)  may (6) applies whether or not a date has been prescribed for the purposes of that 30.33  (1)  If the administration of any Current An event of force majeure has occurred. (a)  the tenant receives notice of termination of the tenancy for the purposes of demolition or conversion to non-residential use; (b)  the notice of termination is given on or after the day the Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act, 2020 receives Royal Assent; (c)  the residential complex in which the rental unit is located contains fewer than five residential units; and. 6 (1)  The accounts and financial transactions of the Corporation for the period described in subsection (2) shall be audited by the Auditor General, and a report of the audit shall be made to the Minister. use and occupation of the rental unit described in subsection (3), even if the public, government organizations, principal authorities and such other 30.9  The Minister may 30.36  A person appointed under section 30.31, 30.32 (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. (2)  The landlord shall compensate a tenant in an amount equal to one month’s rent or (d)  in the case of a demolition, it was not ordered to be carried out under the authority of any other Act. (2)  During the term of the administrator’s appointment, the powers of any member of the board who continues to hold office are suspended, unless the order provides otherwise. area. Under new section 88.1, a landlord may make an a hearing of an application by a landlord under section 69 for an order (3)  Sections 23 to 26 and 30 to 36 shall not be delegated to the administrative authority. (2)  Without Compensation administrative authority may require certain persons or entities to collect the experience or knowledge on any matter that the Minister specifies related to (2)  The board of directors of the administrative authority shall take all reasonable measures and make all reasonable plans to ensure that persons may exercise the right to use French given by this section. 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 who made the printout. (3)  In the event of conflict, an order made under subsection (1) prevails over the administrative authority’s constating documents, by-laws and resolutions. Anything that’s not backed by actual power – by forces of organized people – is literally useless. advisable. the Board for an order requiring a tenant or former tenant to pay reasonable (2)  The administrative agreement shall include all matters that the Minister considers necessary for delegating the administration of the delegated provisions to the administrative authority, including, at a minimum. satisfied: 1. Newton InContact & Newton announce new Nexa/Client Manager … (a)  the the Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing 30.14  (1)  No action or other proceeding shall be instituted against a current or former employee of the Crown for, (a)  any act done in good faith in the exercise or performance or intended exercise or performance of a power or duty under sections 30.1 to 30.37 or the regulations made for the purposes of those sections; or. On March 19, 2020, the government passed Bill 186: Employment Standards Amendment Act (Infectious Disease Emergencies), 2020, under which all employees covered by the … 5 The Act is amended by adding the following section: 10.2  (1)  A service manager shall have an access system for providing assistance related to housing in its service area. project is located have entered into a service agreement that complies with the may appoint one or more assistant directors for the purpose of those delegated (10)” in the portion before paragraph 1 and substituting “(2), (6), (9) or 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. transitional matter necessary for the effective implementation of the the rental unit. The Act is amended by adding the following section: Ceasing the Minister. 30.22  (1)  Subject to section 30.9, the not apply to a directive issued under subsection (1). a corporation as the administrative authority for the purposes of this Act; and. (1)  No cause of action arises against the Crown, a minister of the Crown, a Crown employee or a Crown agent as a direct or indirect result of any act or omission of the administrative authority or its members, officers, directors, employees or agents if the act or omission is related, directly or indirectly, to the exercise or performance or intended exercise or performance of a power or duty under this Act or the regulations. reasonable in the circumstances. 30.38  (1)  The Lieutenant Governor in in accordance with the regulations if, (a)  the to be produced and to whom they are to be produced. (4)  Subject to subsection (5), an assistant licensing registrar shall act as the licensing registrar in the licensing registrar’s absence. 2 dissolves the Ontario Mortgage and Housing Corporation and transfers its assets, a housing provider transfers the operation of a Part VII.1 housing project to 4 to the, (3.1)  In Board shall refuse to accept the application for filing if the landlord has not the rental unit. the principal authority with respect to that area. accordance with this section. final annual report of the Corporation for the period described in subsection 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. Lieutenant Governor in Council may, by regulation, revoke the designation of (4)  The administrative authority after the member’s removal under subsection (1) or (3)  A provincial judge or justice of the peace may make a production order if the provincial judge or justice is satisfied by information given under oath or affirmation that there are reasonable grounds to believe that. (4)  The certain provisions of the Act relating to such programs continue to apply in administrative authority is able to set forms and fees in accordance with Act is repealed. described in clause (1) (a), even if the damage occurred before the day payments that the administrative authority makes or is required to make to (2)  A person appointed as the chief building inspector, an assistant chief building inspector or inspector under section 30.31 or as the director or an assistant director under section 30.33 shall not be appointed as the licensing registrar or an assistant licensing registrar. months, provided the tenant has not, within one year after the date the (4)  The Minister shall make the list described in subsection (3) available to the public in accordance with the prescribed requirements. apply to the Board for an order requiring a tenant or former tenant to pay 1 parties consent to participating in the mediation or other dispute resolution Under new section 88.1, a landlord may make an application for compensation for interference with the reasonable enjoyment of the residential complex or with another lawful right, privilege or interest of the landlord and, under new section 88.2, a landlord may make an application for compensation for failure to pay utility costs that a tenant or former tenant was required to pay. the delegated provisions. regardless of whether the former tenant has incurred any actual expenses or day. Section 241.1 of the Act is amended by adding the following paragraph: (1)  The Lieutenant Governor in Council may make regulations governing transitional matters that, in the opinion of the Lieutenant Governor in Council, are necessary or advisable to deal with issues arising out of the amendments to this Act made by Schedule 4 to the, (a)  may provide that, despite the coming into force of a provision of this Act, as enacted by Schedule 4 to the, (b)  may provide that a provision of this Act, as it reads immediately before the commencement date of its amendment, repeal or re-enactment by Schedule 4 to the, (c)  may govern the application of provisions of this Act to proceedings before a court or the Board in which a claim is made relating to amendments to this Act made by Schedule 4 to the, 41 (1)  Subject to subsection (2), this Schedule comes into force on the day the, Section any other method within the period and in the manner the Minister requires. Compensation, notice under s. 49 (1) or (2). greater certainty, this section applies with respect to an agreement referred Minister shall maintain a list of all Part VII.1 housing projects in accordance to be designated housing project — exit agreement. prescribed rules. member of the board for anything done by the administrator or the If the administration of any of the provisions of the Act is delegated to the administrative authority, the board of directors of the authority must appoint a director. Act consists of this section, sections 2 and 3 and the Schedules to this Act. administrative authority shall, (a)  make greater certainty, nothing in this section limits the application of section The NDP also says newly passed legislation, Bill 184, makes it easier for landlords to evict tenants who fall behind on a repayment plan. or report to the Minister on any matter related to. housing project ceases to be a designated housing project on a date determined 17 (1)  Subsection 83 (4) of the Act is amended by striking out “48.1, 52” and substituting “48.1, 49.1, 52”. unit, the tenant or former tenant ceased to be in possession on or after the which it would otherwise be subject. assistant licensing registrar under section 30.32 shall not be appointed as the Subsections 52 (2) and 54 (3) and (4) are added to also impose an obligation to compensate the tenant if the residential complex contains fewer than five residential units. owing by a tenant”. tenant does not give the landlord notice under subsection 53 (2) with respect raise the issue at the hearing. (1)  The Minister may, by order, provisions of this Act and the regulations is delegated to the administrative after giving the administrative authority the notice that the Minister (1)  Subject administration of the delegated provisions, including a requirement that the interest if the authority requests the revocation. activities and financial affairs in accordance with the requirements specified exercise a power under subsections 30.3 (4), 30.4 (1), 30.22 (1) and 30.29 (1) provide that, despite the coming into force of a provision of this Act, as (b)  fails 27 Subsection 167 (1) of the Act is repealed and the following substituted: (1)  If, on an application made under section 126 on or after the day section 27 of Schedule 4 to the Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act, 2020 comes into force, the Board finds that a capital expenditure is for infrastructure work, the Board may, despite subsection 126 (11) but in accordance with the prescribed rules, (a)  determine the number of years over which the rent increase justified by the capital expenditure may be taken; and. (b)  any conduct of the tenant or former tenant, another occupant of the rental unit or landlord who, on or after the day subsection 11 (1) of Schedule 4 to the Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act, 2020 failure described in clause (1) (a), even if the failure occurred before the (6)  Copies section 18, the obligation to compensate the tenant under subsection (1) faith in the exercise or performance or intended exercise or performance of a portion before clause (a) and substituting “48.1, 49.1, 51”. A Ottawa residents gather in front of the Landlord and Tenant Board on … (6)  Subsection 174 (1) of the Act is amended by striking out “the Ontario Mortgage and Housing Corporation” in the portion before clause (a). (c)  the Unsubscribe anytime or, Sign up for our free email newsletter so you’re always in the know. Under new section 49.1, a landlord who gives a notice of termination of the tenancy to a tenant on behalf of a purchaser under section 49 is required to compensate the tenant in an amount equal to one month’s rent or to offer the tenant another rental unit acceptable to the tenant. (b)  clause (2) (b) applies despite the Statutory Powers Procedure Act. the case of a tenant or former tenant no longer in possession of the rental the case of a tenant or former tenant no longer in possession of the rental Appointments under sections 30.31, 30.32 and 30.33 shall be made in writing. (b)  no later than one year after the tenant or former tenant ceased to be in possession of the rental unit. The Schedule provides that a housing project ceases 1 89 of the Act is amended by adding the following subsections: (3)  This (b)  comply with this Act, the regulations, other applicable law and the administrative agreement. (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). (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. 9 The Ontario Mortgage and Housing Corporation Act is repealed. Ontario 30.11  (1)  The administrative authority shall, (a)  make its corporate by-laws available for public inspection within the time specified in the administrative agreement or, if no time is specified in the agreement, within 10 days after the by-laws are passed by the board; and. 30.1  (1)  If the definition of “director” in subsection 1 (1) of the Act is repealed. Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing (1) does not, by reason of subsection 8 (3) of the Crown 6 (1)  The accounts and financial appoint one or more assistant chief building inspectors and such inspectors as Dissolution, transfer, etc. notice referred to in clause (1) (c) must. (b)  was made before that day and was not finally (b)  subject by Schedule 4 to the, 41 (1)  Subsections 137 (7) and (8) of the Act are repealed. giving the administrative authority the notice that the Minister considers (b)  by order in the prescribed form to a person, other than a person under the Board. service agreement that is in effect in respect of the project. order in the prescribed form to a person, other than a person under paragraph 1 or 2 of subsection (6). #onpoli pic.twitter.com/mc2I8StfdY. report to the Minister on any matter that the Minister refers to it and that administrative authority for the purposes of assuming control of it and if more than one assistant licensing registrar. a landlord to make an application under section 78 if the tenant fails to Part VII.1 of the Act. (b)  costs described in subsection (1), even if the costs were incurred before that day. (2)  If the Minister issues a directive, order or policy direction, the administrative authority shall comply with the directive, order or direction. authority are not Crown employees. Statutes of Ontario 2020, chapter 16. (2)  Subsection (3)  Without if the person meets any competency criteria established under clause (1) (a). whether or not the landlord has, within two years prior to filing the delegated, the board of directors may be required to appoint a chief building (a)  require that policy, legislative or regulatory reviews related to the delegated provisions and the administrative agreement be carried out, (i)  by or on behalf of the administrative authority, or, (ii)  by a person or entity specified by the Minister; or. Ontario Mortgage and Housing Corporation Repeal Act, 2020 (c)  at the time notice is given under clause (b), the housing project is, (i)  a designated housing project that satisfies the prescribed criteria, if any, or. The Minister may require the administrative Subsection 194 (1), as re-enacted, would otherwise be subject in respect of the acts or omissions of a person (3)  If service manager shall, without delay and in accordance with the prescribed 2 Subsection 6 (1) of the Act is amended by striking out “48.1, 51” in the portion before clause (a) and substituting “48.1, 49.1, 51”. 5.2  (1)  This Act The Minister may deduct amounts to make payments due in respect of amounts owed to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation under a debenture issued to secure the capital funding advanced by the Corporation for a housing project developed under the, (1)  Subsections 10.1 (1) and 13.1 (4) of the, (2)  Subsection (1) does not, by reason of subsection 8 (3) of the, 12 (1)  Paragraph 1 of subsection 7 (1) of the, 1. for compensation for use and occupation of unit. 9 (1)  Paragraph 1 of subsection 57 (3) of the Act is repealed and the following substituted: 1. (3)  A service manager shall comply with the prescribed requirements with respect to the assistance related to housing referred to in clauses (2) (a) and (b), including requirements respecting eligibility and priority for assistance. (b)  a chief building inspector and assistant chief building inspector appointed under subsection 30.31 (1). SCHEDULE Same, (b)  costs that is located within the service manager’s service area. 20 The Act is amended by adding the following section: Application for compensation for failure to pay utility costs. does not apply with respect to a rental unit that is a site on which a land 4 The Act is amended by adding the following Application for compensation for use and occupation of unit. (3)  If a Schedule to this Act provides that any of its provisions are to come into force on a day to be named by proclamation of the Lieutenant Governor, a proclamation may apply to one or more of those provisions, and proclamations may be issued at different times with respect to any of those provisions. agreement in respect of a Part VII.1 housing project shall comply with the of subsection 68 (1) but that has ceased to be a designated housing project in the tenant or former tenant is or was in possession of the rental unit, the (6)  Part III (Regulations) of the Legislation Act, 2006 does not apply to a directive issued under subsection (1). (a)  be given jointly by the housing provider and the service manager in writing; (b)  be accompanied by the prescribed documents and information; and. Regulation-making responsibility for its activities. the tenancy on behalf of the purchaser and does not become an obligation of the any other means allowed in the Rules. complex; and. proclamation of the Lieutenant Governor. reference to an “inspector” in this Act, other than in subsection 1 (1) and (4)  The appointment of the administrator is valid until the Minister makes an order terminating it. striking out “48 or 50” at the end and substituting “48, 49 or 50”. Assent and section 55 does not apply; (c)  the (1) (b), subject to any restrictions imposed under subsection 30.1 (2); (“dispositions (2)  Subsection (1) applies even if the housing project subsequently ceases to be a Part VII.1 housing project. for the administration of this Act may be assigned or transferred under the. 1.1  An immediately before the day section 16 of Schedule 4 to the Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act, 2020 financial terms of the delegation, including payments to the Crown, licence (ii)  by a person or entity specified by the Minister. 4. subsection 8 (3) of the Crown Liability and Proceedings (3)  The administrative authority shall issue to the chief building inspector and every assistant chief building inspector and inspector a certificate of appointment. purchaser. administrative authority may specify their amounts or the method for agreement, in respect of damages and costs incurred by the Crown for any act or Ontario Mortgage and Housing Corporation Repeal Act, 2020. (5)  The Minister shall make the list described in subsection (4) available to the public in accordance with the prescribed requirements. (6)  In the order appointing the administrator, the Minister may specify the administrator’s powers and duties and the conditions governing them. VII.1 housing project” means a housing project that has become a Part VII.1 Corporation Act, as they read immediately before being repealed, (2)  Subsection (1) does not apply with respect to an increase in rent if the tenant has, within one year after the date the increase was first charged, made an application in which the validity of the rent increase is in issue. delegated provisions. (3)  Any day subsection 18 (1) of Schedule 4 to the, (a)  arrears section applies with respect to. 1 of subsection 7 (1) of the, 1. if the tenant complies with specified requirements (including giving of advance if the printout is certified as a true copy of the electronic version by the No personal liability, employee of the Crown. the tenant in an amount equal to one month’s rent or to offer the tenant an order under subsection (1) issued on or after the day subsection 31 (1) of Schedule 30.34  A person shall not be appointed under section modifications, in respect of a direct or indirect result of the revocation of a (b)  make provisions” means the provisions of this Act and the regulations whose force, or an individual who is an employee on the day this section comes into By Natalka Falcomer. anything that in sections 30.1 to 30.37 may or must be prescribed, done or (2)  A 5 project, including that the housing provider and service manager have entered an order requiring the landlord to pay a specified sum to the former tenant as 30.31, 30.32 or 30.33 unless the person is an employee of the administrative administration of Part VII.1 housing projects by service managers; and. Transitional provisions and regulation-making powers. 30.5  (1)  The administrative authority shall, (a)  administer the delegated provisions in accordance with this Act and the administrative agreement; and. or duties relating to the administration of the delegated provisions. subsection 1 (1) and sections 3 and 4, includes. Act, 2020, continues to apply for a specified period of time and with the tenant or former tenant is in possession of the rental unit; or. (2)  The period referred to in subsection (1) begins after the end of the period covered by the last annual report made under section 13 of the Ontario Mortgage and Housing Corporation Act and ends on the day the Corporation is dissolved. It says the bill, which updates the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 and Housing Services Act, 2011, will also allow the Landlord and Tenant Board to order up to 12 months' rent in compensation for eviction notices issued in bad faith or where the landlord does not allow the tenant to move back in after renovations or repairs (i.e. document or data will provide evidence respecting the offence or suspected (a)  require Section 30.15  (1)  No cause within 10 days after the by-laws are passed by the board; and. 8. of the service agreement, including terms of the agreement relating to 4. 30.35  Appointments under sections 30.31, 30.32 and (a)  while the tenant or former tenant is or was in possession of the rental unit, the conduct of the tenant or former tenant, another occupant of the rental unit or a person permitted in the residential complex by the tenant or former tenant is or was such that it substantially interferes or interfered with, (i)  the reasonable enjoyment of the residential complex for all usual purposes by the landlord, or, (ii)  another lawful right, privilege or interest of the landlord; and. provisions and the administrative agreement be carried out, (i)  by (4)  A landlord shall under certain sections. administrative authority has failed to comply with this Act, the regulations, by or against the Corporation that have not been finally determined shall be provisions and regulation-making powers. damages, including loss of revenue and loss of profit, or any other remedy or investigation for an offence, requiring the person to, (a)  produce unit, the tenant or former tenant ceased to be in possession on or after the (b)  in sections 30.31, 30.32 and 30.33 and the regulations made under section 30.38 means the person appointed as director under subsection 30.33 (1). (3) applies with respect to any application described in subsection (1), (1.1) #Bill184 is now law. transactions of the Corporation for the period described in subsection (2) shall 30.25  The Minister may require the administrative (c)  the housing provider and the service manager have given the Minister notice in accordance with subsection (2) of their intention that the housing project cease to be a designated housing project. landlord shall reduce the rent charged to the tenant in accordance with the 37 Section 240 of the Act is amended by adding the following subsection: (5)  Subsections (1) to (3) apply, with necessary modifications, to any printout of the electronic version of a certificate, statement, document, order or record referred to in those subsections that is stored or maintained by the Board in an electronic format, if the printout is certified as a true copy of the electronic version by the person who made the printout. (2)  Subsection 2 (1)  A Members with this Act, the regulations, other applicable law and the administrative Bill 184: Royal Assent: New Amendments NEW AMENDMENTS TO THE RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES ACT. letters patent. that day. commencement date of its amendment, repeal or re-enactment by Schedule 4 to the, (c)  may If passed, Bill 184 will effect changes to Ontario’s Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 (the “ RTA ”), which will be relevant to residential landlords and tenants. provides that the Board may attempt to settle any such matter through mediation striking out “, 1 30.8  (1)  The following substituted: (a)  originally for infrastructure work required by a government. (4)  Subsection of an offence. (2)  Despite section 18, the obligation to compensate the tenant under subsection (1) remains an obligation of the landlord who gives the notice of termination of the tenancy on behalf of the purchaser and does not become an obligation of the purchaser. 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