Form S3 "Landlord's Motion to Set Aside an Order to Void" - Ontario, Canada

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Landlord's Motion to Set Aside an Order to Void
FORM S3
(Disponible en français)
File Number
- VO
Between:
Landlord/Co-op Name:
Tenant/Co-op Member Name:
Address of Rental Unit/Co-op Member Unit:
I,
, am asking that the Landlord and Tenant Board set aside
- VO
. This order was issued
order
, dated
because the tenant or co-op member claimed that they paid the full amount required to void the eviction order
for arrears before the date that I could file the eviction order with the Court Enforcement Office (Sheriff).
I am filing this set aside motion for the following reasons:
Important Information
1. You can file this set aside motion only if the order to void the eviction was issued without
holding a hearing. If the order to void was issued after a Board hearing on the tenant or co-op
member's motion, you cannot file this set aside motion. However, in this case, if you believe there is an
error in the order to void, you can file a request to review with the Board.
2. You must file this set aside motion with the Landlord and Tenant Board no later than 10 days after the
date of the order that voided the tenant or co-op member's eviction. Once this motion is filed, the Board
will schedule a hearing.
3. At the hearing, the Board will decide whether the eviction order based on arrears is void, or is confirmed.
Until that decision is made, the order voiding the eviction remains in effect.
Signature
Landlord
Co-op
Representative
First Name
Last Name
Phone Number
(
)
-
Signature
Date (dd/mm/yyyy)
The Landlord and Tenant Board has the right to collect the information requested on this form to resolve your
application under section 185 of the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006. After you file the form, all information related
v. 22/03/2021
to the proceeding may become publicly available in a tribunal decision, order or other document, in accordance with
Tribunals Ontario's
Access to Records Policy
and the Tribunal Adjudicative Records Act, 2019. Parties wanting
records or information to remain confidential must seek a confidentiality order from the adjudicator. If you have
questions about confidentiality orders or access to records, please contact us by email at
LTB@ontario.ca
or our
Contact Center at 416-645-8080 or 1-888-332-3234 (toll free).
OFFICE USE ONLY:
FL
Delivery Method:
In Person
Mail
Courier
Email
Efile
Fax
Landlord's Motion to Set Aside an Order to Void
FORM S3
(Disponible en français)
File Number
- VO
Between:
Landlord/Co-op Name:
Tenant/Co-op Member Name:
Address of Rental Unit/Co-op Member Unit:
I,
, am asking that the Landlord and Tenant Board set aside
- VO
. This order was issued
order
, dated
because the tenant or co-op member claimed that they paid the full amount required to void the eviction order
for arrears before the date that I could file the eviction order with the Court Enforcement Office (Sheriff).
I am filing this set aside motion for the following reasons:
Important Information
1. You can file this set aside motion only if the order to void the eviction was issued without
holding a hearing. If the order to void was issued after a Board hearing on the tenant or co-op
member's motion, you cannot file this set aside motion. However, in this case, if you believe there is an
error in the order to void, you can file a request to review with the Board.
2. You must file this set aside motion with the Landlord and Tenant Board no later than 10 days after the
date of the order that voided the tenant or co-op member's eviction. Once this motion is filed, the Board
will schedule a hearing.
3. At the hearing, the Board will decide whether the eviction order based on arrears is void, or is confirmed.
Until that decision is made, the order voiding the eviction remains in effect.
Signature
Landlord
Co-op
Representative
First Name
Last Name
Phone Number
(
)
-
Signature
Date (dd/mm/yyyy)
The Landlord and Tenant Board has the right to collect the information requested on this form to resolve your
application under section 185 of the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006. After you file the form, all information related
v. 22/03/2021
to the proceeding may become publicly available in a tribunal decision, order or other document, in accordance with
Tribunals Ontario's
Access to Records Policy
and the Tribunal Adjudicative Records Act, 2019. Parties wanting
records or information to remain confidential must seek a confidentiality order from the adjudicator. If you have
questions about confidentiality orders or access to records, please contact us by email at
LTB@ontario.ca
or our
Contact Center at 416-645-8080 or 1-888-332-3234 (toll free).
OFFICE USE ONLY:
FL
Delivery Method:
In Person
Mail
Courier
Email
Efile
Fax