Ontario Rental Agreement Form
Sep 1st, 2009 12:34 pm
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You can use Agreement to Lease (Form 400) from OREA. Linkkanucked wrote: ↑Sep 1st, 2009 12:34 pmDoes anyone have a good Ontario Rental Agreement Form (word or PDF) that I can modify and use? I can find good examples of just about everything else required on the net, but an actual rental/less agreement that includes clauses referencing the 2006 tenancy act. I would prefer not to have to purchase a "Landlord" package for this one form.
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Beeg wrote: ↑Jul 30th, 2012 10:15 pmThe OREA lease is pathetic.
Think about it. You are dealing with tenants who will have power over your $300,000 or $400,000 or $500,000 or more property and you use a generic lease created by non-landlords??!!
Especially in Ontario, once you hand over the key to new tenants you lease is your only protection.
Learn the ropes (or learn from others who know the ropes) and landlords PROTECT YOURSELF. Get a lease that covers all the bases and prepares you for any potential situations that will jeopardize your huge investment in a rental property.
Jul 31st, 2012 12:28 am
Feb 27th, 2013 12:17 am
Actually there's basically a dictionary of good clauses to add in OREA's Guidelines for Residential and Commercial Clauses
Apr 26th, 2013 8:12 am
Thanks! Extremely useful... I had OREA 400, with a Schedule as an addendum which pretty much repeated everything in the Ontario Residential Tenancy Agreement: http://www.thecanadianlandlordalliance. ... eement.pdf, which this prospective tenant outright refused, believing it's overkill (yes, from her perspective, but not from mine), but nice to see this agreement as it wraps everything together nicely and is boilerplate. If this prospective tenant again refuses or begins striking out clauses, it's really time to give up and focus on other prospective tenantsstephersiu wrote: ↑Feb 27th, 2013 12:17 amActually there's basically a dictionary of good clauses to add in OREA's Guidelines for Residential and Commercial Clauses
Look through the table of contents, find the clauses you want to add and you could probably create your own Schedule to attach to the OREA lease. Some stuff I would probably look into:
Here's also the Ontario Residential Tenancy Agreement: http://www.thecanadianlandlordalliance. ... eement.pdf
- Appliances to be supplied and maintained
- Ability to adjust rent during the term (if multi-year)
- Ability to enter premises with notice
- Deposits for keys/garage door opener/etc
- Ability to assign lease or sublet
- Take precautions against freezing of water/waste pipes e.g. during leave of absence
- NSF charges for bounced cheques
- Ability to Tenant to alter decor e.g. put up posters, paintings
- Changing of lightbulbs
- Occupancy only by the people on the lease (and not anyone else without permission)
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