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Landlord's Application to End a Tenancy and Evict a Tenant
Tenant failed to Meet Conditions of a Settlement or Order
FORM L4
(Disponible en français)
Important Information for Landlords
You can apply to end the tenancy and evict the tenant using Form L4 if:
the tenant has not met the conditions in an order or mediated settlement, and
the order or mediated settlement allows you to file this application.
Instructions for Form L4 are available on the LTB website at tribunalsontario.ca/ltb.
1. Complete all four parts of this application. Read the instructions carefully before completing the form. It is
important that you correctly complete your application so that there are no delays in processing it.
Part 1 asks for general information about:
the rental unit covered by the application,
you (your name, etc.),
the tenants in possession of the rental unit,
any other unresolved applications that relate to the rental unit.
Part 2 asks for information about your previous application.
Part 3 asks you to select the reason for your application.
Part 4 requires your signature or that of your representative, and, if you are being represented, your
representative's contact information.
2. File all pages of the application (not including this page) with the LTB no later than 30 days after the
tenant failed to meet a condition of the mediated settlement or order.
3. You must also file the following documents with your application:
a copy of the mediated settlement or order,
a signed declaration or sworn affidavit that sets out which conditions the tenant did not meet and in
what way the tenant did not meet these conditions.
In some cases, your declaration or affidavit must also provide additional information and this is explained
in the Instructions. The LTB has developed a declaration form for you to use. It is attached to the
application.
4. Contact the LTB if you have any questions or need more information.
416-645-8080
1-888-332-3234 (toll free)
tribunalsontario.ca/ltb
Landlord's Application to End a Tenancy and Evict a Tenant
Tenant failed to Meet Conditions of a Settlement or Order
FORM L4
(Disponible en français)
Important Information for Landlords
You can apply to end the tenancy and evict the tenant using Form L4 if:
the tenant has not met the conditions in an order or mediated settlement, and
the order or mediated settlement allows you to file this application.
Instructions for Form L4 are available on the LTB website at tribunalsontario.ca/ltb.
1. Complete all four parts of this application. Read the instructions carefully before completing the form. It is
important that you correctly complete your application so that there are no delays in processing it.
Part 1 asks for general information about:
the rental unit covered by the application,
you (your name, etc.),
the tenants in possession of the rental unit,
any other unresolved applications that relate to the rental unit.
Part 2 asks for information about your previous application.
Part 3 asks you to select the reason for your application.
Part 4 requires your signature or that of your representative, and, if you are being represented, your
representative's contact information.
2. File all pages of the application (not including this page) with the LTB no later than 30 days after the
tenant failed to meet a condition of the mediated settlement or order.
3. You must also file the following documents with your application:
a copy of the mediated settlement or order,
a signed declaration or sworn affidavit that sets out which conditions the tenant did not meet and in
what way the tenant did not meet these conditions.
In some cases, your declaration or affidavit must also provide additional information and this is explained
in the Instructions. The LTB has developed a declaration form for you to use. It is attached to the
application.
4. Contact the LTB if you have any questions or need more information.
416-645-8080
1-888-332-3234 (toll free)
tribunalsontario.ca/ltb
Landlord's Application to End a Tenancy and Evict a Tenant
Tenant failed to Meet Conditions of a Settlement or Order
FORM L4
(Disponible en français)
Read the instructions carefully before completing this form. Print or type in capital letters.
PART 1: GENERAL INFORMATION
Address of the Rental Unit Covered by This Application
Street Number
Street Name
Street Type (e.g. Street, Avenue, Road)
Direction (e.g. East)
Unit/Apt./Suite
Municipality (City, Town, etc.)
Prov.
Postal Code
Landlord's Name and Address
First Name (If there is more than 1 landlord, complete a Schedule of Parties form and file it with this application.)
Last Name
Company Name (if applicable)
Street Address
Unit/Apt./Suite
Municipality (City, Town, etc.)
Prov.
Postal Code
Day Phone Number
Evening Phone Number
Fax Number
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E-mail Address
OFFICE USE ONLY
File Number
v. 22/03/2021
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Landlord's Application to End a Tenancy and Evict a Tenant
Tenant failed to Meet Conditions of a Settlement or Order
FORM L4
(Disponible en français)
Tenant Names and Address
Tenant 1: First Name (If there are more than 2 tenants, complete a Schedule of Parties form and file it with this application.)
Tenant 1: Last Name
Tenant 2: First Name
Tenant 2: Last Name
Mailing Address (if it is different from the address of the rental unit)
Unit/Apt./Suite
Municipality (City, Town, etc.)
Prov.
Postal Code
Day Phone Number
Evening Phone Number
Fax Number
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(
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E-mail Address
Related Applications
If you or your tenant filed other applications that relate to this rental unit and those applications have not
been resolved, list their file numbers below.
File Number 1
File Number 2
PART 2: INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR PREVIOUS APPLICATION
What is the file number of the previous order or mediated settlement that resolved the application to end the
tenancy and evict the tenant?
File Number
What is the date of the previous order or mediated settlement?
/
/
dd/mm/yyyy
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Landlord's Application to End a Tenancy and Evict a Tenant
Tenant failed to Meet Conditions of a Settlement or Order
FORM L4
(Disponible en français)
PART 3: REASONS FOR YOUR APPLICATION
Shade the box next to your reason for applying to the LTB.
Reason 1: I am applying for an order to end the tenancy and evict the tenant.
Reason 2: The tenant did not meet a condition of the mediated settlement or order based on the previous L1
application, so I am applying for an order to end the tenancy and evict the tenant and to collect rent and
other charges the tenant owes me up to the date they move out of the rental unit.
and/or
Reason 3: The tenant did not meet a condition of the mediated settlement or order based on the previous L2
application, so I am applying for an order to end the tenancy and evict the tenant and to collect
compensation for damages and other charges the tenant owes me up to the date they move out of the
rental unit.
Calculation of Amount Owing:
I have calculated the total amount the tenant owes me as follows:
The total amount the mediated settlement or order requires
$
the tenant to pay
Subtract any amounts the tenant has paid you towards the
- $
amount set out in the mediated settlement or order
This is the total amount the tenant still owes from the mediated
= $
settlement or order:
Add any NSF charges that came due after the date of the
+ $
mediated settlement or order that the tenant has not paid
If you are applying under Reason 2 above, add any rent
+ $
that came due after the date of the mediated settlement or
order that the tenant has not paid
Total amount the tenant now owes
= $
Current Rent:
Fill in the tenant's current rent and shade the box to show how often the tenant is required to pay rent:
The current rent is $
per
month
week
other (specify)
If you applied under Reason 3 only, then answer the following question:
Did the tenant pay the total rent for the month in which you are filing this application?
Yes
No
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Landlord's Application to End a Tenancy and Evict a Tenant
Tenant failed to Meet Conditions of a Settlement or Order
FORM L4
(Disponible en français)
PART 4: SIGNATURE
Landlord/Representative's Signature
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/
dd/mm/yyyy
Who has signed the application? Shade the box completely next to your answer.
Landlord
Legal Representative
Information About the Legal Representative
First Name
Last Name
LSUC #
Company Name (if applicable)
Mailing Address
Unit/Apt./Suite
Municipality (City, Town, etc.)
Prov.
Postal Code
Day Phone Number
Evening Phone Number
Fax Number
(
)
-
(
)
-
(
)
-
E-mail Address
Collecting Personal Information
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
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).
Important Information from the Landlord and Tenant Board
1. After the landlord files this application, the LTB will normally issue an order terminating the tenancy without
holding a hearing.
2. It is an offence under the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 to file false or misleading information with the
Landlord and Tenant Board.
3. The LTB has Rules of Practice that set out rules related to the application process and Interpretation Guidelines
that explain how the LTB might decide specific issues that could come up in an application. You can read the
Rules and Guidelines on the LTB website at
tribunalsontario.ca/ltb
or you can buy a copy from an LTB office.
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