How to Self-Represent at the Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board

Date: Saturday, May 22, 2021, @ 2:00 PM via Zoom


The focus of this public talk is to provide those individuals who are interesting in representing themselves at the Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board a basic understanding of how to board operates, what the hearing procedure will be like, and a summary of the materials you will need to have prepared in order to give your self a good chance of success.

Learning Objectives

Upon completing this public lecture participants should be better equipped to:

  • Understand the process of a Landlord and Tenant Board hearing
  • Understand the basic rules of procedure for how to conduct a hearing
  • Understand the types of documents and supporting evidence you will need to be successful
  • Understand the basics of how to apply a legal argument to your particular case
  • Understand how to ask for a remedy, and how to research what remedies may be available for your unique situation



  • Pre-Hearing Preparation(s)
  • The Opening Statement
  • The Applicant’s Case
  • The Respondent’s Case
  • Giving Evidence
  • Usings Witnesses
  • Cross-Examination(s)
  • Closing Submissions


Registration: Event is already happened.