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Application to End a Tenancy and Evict a Tenant
or Collect Money
FORM L2
(Disponible en français)
Important Information for Landlords
Use Form L2 to apply for an order to:
end a tenancy and evict a tenant after you give the tenant one of the following Notices to End your
Tenancy: N5, N6, N7, N8, N12 or N13,
end a tenancy and evict a tenant because the tenant abandoned the rental unit, or because the
tenant is a superintendent whose employment ended,
collect money you believe the tenant owes you for:
remaining in the rental unit after the termination date,
NSF cheques the tenant gave you,
damaging the rental unit,
unpaid utility bills,
costs that you incurred because the tenant or someone else visiting or living in the rental unit
substantially interfered with your reasonable enjoyment or lawful right, privilege or interest,
misrepresenting income in social housing.
Instructions for this application are available at the Landlord and Tenant Board (LTB) website at
tribunalsontario.ca/ltb.
1. Select your language preference (French or English). If you require accommodation complete a
Tribunals Ontario Accommodation Request form.
2. Complete this application.
Part 1 asks for general information about:
the rental unit covered by this 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 you to select and explain the reasons for your application if you are applying to end a
tenancy.
Part 3 asks, if you are applying to collect money the tenant owes you, to:
select and explain the reasons for your application, and
show how you calculated the amount you believe the tenant owes you.
Part 4 requires your signature or that of your representative, and, if you are being represented,
your representative's contact information.
3. Complete Schedule A if you are applying to end a tenancy and evict a tenant based on a
Form
N13:
Notice to End Your Tenancy at the End of the Term Because the Landlord Wants to Demolish the
Rental Unit, Repair it or Convert it to Another Use.
4. Complete Schedule B if you are applying to end a tenancy and evict a tenant based on a
Form
N12:
Notice to End your Tenancy Because the Landlord, a Purchaser or a Family Member Requires the
Rental Unit.
5. File all pages of the application with the LTB (not including this page) no more than 30 days after the
termination date set out in the notice you gave to the tenant. If you gave the tenant a Notice to End
your Tenancy, include a copy of the notice you gave the tenant and a Certificate of Service showing
how and when you gave the tenant the Notice to End your Tenancy. The LTB will send you a Notice
of Hearing showing the time and location of your hearing.
Application to End a Tenancy and Evict a Tenant
or Collect Money
FORM L2
(Disponible en français)
Important Information for Landlords
Use Form L2 to apply for an order to:
end a tenancy and evict a tenant after you give the tenant one of the following Notices to End your
Tenancy: N5, N6, N7, N8, N12 or N13,
end a tenancy and evict a tenant because the tenant abandoned the rental unit, or because the
tenant is a superintendent whose employment ended,
collect money you believe the tenant owes you for:
remaining in the rental unit after the termination date,
NSF cheques the tenant gave you,
damaging the rental unit,
unpaid utility bills,
costs that you incurred because the tenant or someone else visiting or living in the rental unit
substantially interfered with your reasonable enjoyment or lawful right, privilege or interest,
misrepresenting income in social housing.
Instructions for this application are available at the Landlord and Tenant Board (LTB) website at
tribunalsontario.ca/ltb.
1. Select your language preference (French or English). If you require accommodation complete a
Tribunals Ontario Accommodation Request form.
2. Complete this application.
Part 1 asks for general information about:
the rental unit covered by this 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 you to select and explain the reasons for your application if you are applying to end a
tenancy.
Part 3 asks, if you are applying to collect money the tenant owes you, to:
select and explain the reasons for your application, and
show how you calculated the amount you believe the tenant owes you.
Part 4 requires your signature or that of your representative, and, if you are being represented,
your representative's contact information.
3. Complete Schedule A if you are applying to end a tenancy and evict a tenant based on a
Form
N13:
Notice to End Your Tenancy at the End of the Term Because the Landlord Wants to Demolish the
Rental Unit, Repair it or Convert it to Another Use.
4. Complete Schedule B if you are applying to end a tenancy and evict a tenant based on a
Form
N12:
Notice to End your Tenancy Because the Landlord, a Purchaser or a Family Member Requires the
Rental Unit.
5. File all pages of the application with the LTB (not including this page) no more than 30 days after the
termination date set out in the notice you gave to the tenant. If you gave the tenant a Notice to End
your Tenancy, include a copy of the notice you gave the tenant and a Certificate of Service showing
how and when you gave the tenant the Notice to End your Tenancy. The LTB will send you a Notice
of Hearing showing the time and location of your hearing.
Application to End a Tenancy and Evict a Tenant
or Collect Money
FORM L2
(Disponible en français)
6. Pay the application fee of $201 to the LTB at the same time as you file the application (or $186 if you
use
Tribunals Ontario
Portal). The LTB will not process your application unless you pay the fee.
You can use the
Tribunals Ontario Portal
to file your application. 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 pay by credit card, certified cheque or money order. If you e-File the application,
you must pay by credit card or debit card. If you pay online, email your receipt and application to
LTBpayments@ontario.ca. If you cannot afford the fee, you can submit a
Fee Waiver
Request.
7. Contact the LTB if you have any questions or need more information.
416-645-8080
1-888-332-3234 (toll free)
tribunalsontario.ca/ltb
Application to End a Tenancy and Evict a Tenant
or Collect Money
FORM L2
(Disponible en français)
Language Preference
The LTB offers services in both French and English.
What is your preferred language?
French
English
If you are the respondent and want French Language Services, complete the
Request for French Language
Services
form and send it by email or mail to the LTB office handling this file.
Accommodation
Accommodations are arrangements to allow everyone, regardless of their abilities, to participate fully in the LTB's
process.
If you require accommodation complete the
Accommodation Request
form and email or mail it to the LTB office
that is handling this file. The form and more information about accommodation is available at
tribunalsontario.ca/en/accessibility-and-diversity/.
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
OFFICE USE ONLY
File Number
v. 01/04/2022
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Application to End a Tenancy and Evict a Tenant
or Collect Money
FORM L2
(Disponible en français)
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
Tenant Names and Current 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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(
)
(
)
(
)
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
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Application to End a Tenancy and Evict a Tenant
or Collect Money
FORM L2
(Disponible en français)
Is the Tenant Still in Possession of the Rental Unit?
The tenant must be in possession of the rental unit when you file this application, unless you are applying for
Reason 2 (because you believe the tenant abandoned the rental unit).
Shade the appropriate circle completely to answer whether the tenant is still in possession of the rental unit on the
date you file this application.
Yes
No
If you answer no, you cannot file this application unless you are applying for Reason 2.
If the tenant moved out of the rental unit in the past year and you want to collect money you believe the former
tenant owes, you may be able to file an
Application to Collect Money a Former Tenant Owes
(Form L10).
Part 2: Applying to End a Tenancy
If you want the LTB to end the tenancy and evict the tenant, shade the box completely next to your reason for
applying.
I am applying to evict the tenant because:
Reason 1: I gave the tenant one of the following Notices to End your Tenancy.
Shade the box(es) completely next to the notice(s) you gave the tenant and on which you are basing this
application. Also indicate the termination date in the Notice to End your Tenancy in the space provided.
Notice N5:
Notice to End your Tenancy for Interfering with Others, Damage or Overcrowding.
Notice N6:
Notice to End your Tenancy for Illegal Acts or Misrepresenting Income in a
Rent-Geared-to-Income Rental Unit.
Notice N7:
Notice to End your Tenancy for Causing Serious Problems in the Rental Unit or Residential
Complex.
Notice N8:
Notice to End your Tenancy at the End of the Term.
Notice N12: Notice to End your Tenancy Because the Landlord, a Purchaser or a Family Member
Requires the Rental Unit.
Notice N13: Notice to End your Tenancy Because the Landlord Wants to Demolish the Rental Unit,
Repair it or Convert it to Another Use.
What is the termination date in the notice you selected above?
/
/
dd/mm/yyyy
Reason 2: I believe the tenant abandoned the rental unit.
The tenant must owe arrears of rent for the LTB to determine that the tenant abandoned the rental unit.
Please explain: Why do you believe the tenant abandoned the rental unit?
Attach more sheets, if necessary.
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