Landlords 24 Hour Intent to Enter and your Privacy

What privacy rights do you have when a paralegal or landlord serves you with an “intent to enter” order” ?

The truth is you have NO RIGHTS at all.

This is the first hand story of a paralegal doing what her clients wants – GET THE TENANT OUT !. Read what Catherine Stewart and her acting agent do after posting of this notice on the tenants door.

Read the post and learn what they are capable of doing without any consequences for their actions. This might shock some of the readers.

On May 24th, 2013 Catherine Stewart of Landlord Legal  then at a location at 117 Bayfield Street, Barrie, Ontario had an agent acting on their behalf do their “intent to enter”

  • Taped an “intent to enter notice” openly ( no envelope) on prominent door
  • Tenant responded within 1 hr back in writing of birthday party on that day
  • Landlord Legal ignores tenant request for another day
  • Landlord Legal interrupts birthday party – some guests leftEx OPP officer Paul Smith works for Landlord Legal doing photpgraphed inspections.
  • Landlords Legal agent photographs every inch of every room
  • Agent photographs sensitive office notes,licence &  more off office walls
  • Agent photographs other MMAR Participants licence off desk area
  • Landlord Legal aware tenant is Legal MMAR Participant
  • Landlord Legals agent photographs Legal grow rooms (2 small rooms)
  • Landlord Legal takes photographs to Barrie police with false claims
  • Landlord Legal files “Notice of early termination” to tenant
  • Landlord Legal mediates in BAD faith to get tenant out. Read More

Many complaints and additional court cases were spawned from the bad mediation from the Dykstras and Catherine Stewart of Landlord Legal.Follow the posts related to this in the Dykstra/Stewart – All Related Posts category.

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Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia defines Landlord Harassment as :“Landlord harassment is the willing creation, by a landlord or his agents, of conditions that are uncomfortable for one or more tenants in order to induce willing abandonment of a rental contract. Such a strategy is often sought because it avoids costly legal expenses and potential problems with eviction. This kind of activity is common in regions where rent control laws exist, but which do not allow the direct extension of rent-controlled prices from one tenancy to the subsequent tenancy, thus allowing landlords to set higher prices. Landlord harassment carries specific legal penalties in some jurisdictions, but enforcement can be very difficult or even impossible in many circumstances. However, when a crime is committed in the process and motives similar to those described above are subsequently proven in court, then those motives may be considered an aggravating factor in many jurisdictions, thus subjecting the offender(s) to a stiffer sentence.” ~ Wikipedia