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Landlord gave a Notice of Termination in Bad Faith
FORM T5
(Disponible en français)
Important Information for Tenants
Use this form to apply to the LTB if you are a former tenant who moved out of a rental unit because the
landlord gave you either of the following notices to end your tenancy, and you believe the landlord gave the
notice to you in bad faith:
• N12 Notice to End your Tenancy Because the Landlord, a Purchaser or a Family Member Requires
the Rental Unit,
• N13 Notice to End your Tenancy Because the Landlord Wants to Demolish the Rental Unit, Repair
it or Convert it to Another Use.
Instructions for Form T5 are available on the LTB's website at tribunalsontario.ca/ltb.
1.
Complete all four parts of this application.
Part 1 asks for general information about:
the rental unit covered by this application,
you and the other tenants living in the unit, the landlord and other parties to the application,
your tenancy and any other unresolved applications that relate to the rental unit.
Part 2 asks you to select and explain the reasons for your application.
Part 3 asks you to select the remedies you want the LTB to include in the order.
Part 4 requires your signature or that of your representative, and, if you are being represented, your
representative’s contact information.
2.
Complete the Request for French-Language Services or Request for Accommodation form at the end of
this application if you will need additional services at the hearing.
3.
File all pages of the application with the LTB (not including this page) - you must apply no later than
one year after the date you moved out of the rental unit. The LTB will send you a Notice of Hearing
showing the time and location of your hearing.
4.
Pay the application fee to the LTB at the same time as you file the application. The LTB will not process
your application unless you pay the fee. Your T5 application fee is $53 for the first unit and $5 for each
additional unit to a maximum of $450. If you file the application in person, you can pay the fee by cash,
credit card, debit card, certified cheque or money order (certified cheques and money orders must be
made payable to the Minister of Finance). If you mail the application, you can't pay by cash or debit card.
If you pay online, email your receipt and application to LTBpayments@ontario.ca.
5.
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 gave a Notice of Termination in Bad Faith
FORM T5
(Disponible en français)
Important Information for Tenants
Use this form to apply to the LTB if you are a former tenant who moved out of a rental unit because the
landlord gave you either of the following notices to end your tenancy, and you believe the landlord gave the
notice to you in bad faith:
• N12 Notice to End your Tenancy Because the Landlord, a Purchaser or a Family Member Requires
the Rental Unit,
• N13 Notice to End your Tenancy Because the Landlord Wants to Demolish the Rental Unit, Repair
it or Convert it to Another Use.
Instructions for Form T5 are available on the LTB's website at tribunalsontario.ca/ltb.
1.
Complete all four parts of this application.
Part 1 asks for general information about:
the rental unit covered by this application,
you and the other tenants living in the unit, the landlord and other parties to the application,
your tenancy and any other unresolved applications that relate to the rental unit.
Part 2 asks you to select and explain the reasons for your application.
Part 3 asks you to select the remedies you want the LTB to include in the order.
Part 4 requires your signature or that of your representative, and, if you are being represented, your
representative’s contact information.
2.
Complete the Request for French-Language Services or Request for Accommodation form at the end of
this application if you will need additional services at the hearing.
3.
File all pages of the application with the LTB (not including this page) - you must apply no later than
one year after the date you moved out of the rental unit. The LTB will send you a Notice of Hearing
showing the time and location of your hearing.
4.
Pay the application fee to the LTB at the same time as you file the application. The LTB will not process
your application unless you pay the fee. Your T5 application fee is $53 for the first unit and $5 for each
additional unit to a maximum of $450. If you file the application in person, you can pay the fee by cash,
credit card, debit card, certified cheque or money order (certified cheques and money orders must be
made payable to the Minister of Finance). If you mail the application, you can't pay by cash or debit card.
If you pay online, email your receipt and application to LTBpayments@ontario.ca.
5.
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 gave a Notice of Termination in Bad Faith
FORM T5
(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
Former Tenant Names and Address
Tenant 1: First Name (If there are more than 2 former 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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E-mail Address
OFFICE USE ONLY
File Number
v. 22/03/2021
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Landlord gave a Notice of Termination in Bad Faith
FORM T5
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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
Related Applications
If you or your landlord 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
Information about the Tenancy
When did you move out of the rental unit covered by this application?
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dd/mm/yyyy
PART 2: REASONS FOR YOUR APPLICATION
There are four reasons for making this application. Shade the box completely next to each of your reasons
for applying to the LTB.
I moved out of the rental unit because the landlord gave me one of the following Notices to End
your Tenancy in bad faith:
Reason 1: The landlord gave me Form N12 Notice to End your Tenancy claiming that either the landlord
or one of the following people intended to move in to the rental unit:
a member of the landlord's immediate family,
a person who provides or who will provide care services to the landlord or a
member of the landlord's immediate family.
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Landlord gave a Notice of Termination in Bad Faith
FORM T5
(Disponible en français)
Reason 2: The landlord gave me a Form N12 Notice to End your Tenancy claiming that either the
purchaser or one of the following people intended to move in to the rental unit:
a member of the purchaser's immediate family,
a person who provides or who will provide care services to the purchaser or a member of
the purchaser's immediate family.
Reason 3: The landlord gave me a Form N13 Notice to End your Tenancy Because the Landlord Wants to
Demolish the Rental Unit, Repair it or Convert it to Another Use.
Reason 4: The landlord gave me a Form N13 Notice to End your Tenancy because the landlord wanted to
do repairs or renovations to the rental unit. I gave the landlord notice in writing that I wanted
to move back in once the work was done. The landlord did not give me the right to move back
into the rental unit when the work was done.
Explaining your Reasons
Describe the events that led you to apply to the LTB.
What happened that made you believe the landlord gave you a notice of termination in bad faith?
What were the dates and times of the events?
What happened after you moved out?
What were the names and titles (such as superintendent) of all the people involved?
Describe in Detail:
Attach more sheets if necessary.
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Landlord gave a Notice of Termination in Bad Faith
FORM T5
(Disponible en français)
PART 3: REMEDIES
The remedies listed below are orders the LTB can make to address your reasons for filing the application.
Shade the box completely next to the remedies you want the LTB to order. If the LTB decides in your favour,
it may decide to include a different remedy or remedies than the ones you selected.
$
Remedy 1: The landlord must pay me a rent abatement of
$
My rent was
month
week
other (specify)
I was required to pay rent by the
Please explain: How did you calculate the rent abatement?
Attach more sheets if necessary.
Remedy 2: The landlord must pay a fine to the LTB.
Remedy 3: My new rental unit has a higher rent. The landlord must pay me the difference in rent
between my old rental unit and my new rental unit for one year from the date I moved out.
$
each
The difference in rent is
month
week
other (specify)
$
The total amount the landlord owes me is
Remedy 4: The landlord must pay me for my expenses related to moving and storage.
$
These expenses total
Please explain: How did you calculate the expenses?
Attach more sheets if necessary.
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