Others have mentioned the N7 but that is an extreme that requests immediate eviction within 10 days with no recourse for tenants to simply fix the problem.IHavocI wrote: ↑ I sent them an email yesterday. I made sure it was friendly reminder. I explained that clutter can be a fire hazard and that a clean unit prevents infestation of rodents. Also, showed that (based on the Residential Tenancies Act) they are responsible for the cleanliness of the unit.
Alternatively you can submit an N5 form to them, which outlines the damage and that you are giving them 7 days to correct it. If they don't fix it or it happens again and you give a 2nd N5, you then apply for eviction.
http://tribunalsontario.ca/documents/lt ... 0_2015.pdf
Note though that these forms are for tenants "damaging" the unit. There is no mention of simply causing a mess. So you'd have to convince the LTB on actual quantifiable "damage" they are doing to the unit, not just the potential of what may happen. Tread carefully or you may piss off the tenants and have them suddenly stop paying rent and dragging you through the LTB for months on end.