If i am on the lease can i be thrown out of my house by my ex if i haven't broken any laws ie. abuse.


Asked about 4 years ago in Hamilton, Ontario
Categories: Real Estate  Family Law  Landlord-Tenant

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Marc A.  D'Heureux

Answer by Marc A. D'Heureux

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If your name is on the lease you have a right to remain in the house if you wish. If there is any possibility of domestic violence you need to consider whether it would be wise for you both to remain in the property together. It would be advisable for you to speak to a lawyer about your options in this matter as well as with respect to the other legal issues arising from separation.

Posted about 4 years ago

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