Author: Marshall Yarmus
Date Posted: March 11 2021

Many changes were made to the Residential Tenancies Act on September 1, 2021. More adjudicators have also been hired.

At that time I expect that a non-payment of rent application, an L1 or L9, should now take about 4-5 months from filing for a hearing to be scheduled.

The Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board are working to get hearings scheduled for L2 applications down to 5-7 months.

The wait for a hearing to be scheduled for other types of applications such as an T1, T2, and T6 is currently longer than ten months.

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