Lease Agreement

UPDATE: Starting April 30, 2018, the provincial Ministry of Municipal Affairs & Housing is implementing a standard lease template for all new leases. Landlords of most private residential rental units – from individual landlords to property management companies – must use the standard lease template for all new leases.

  1. Please refer to section 11 re: Tenant’s Insurance. The tenant must have liability insurance at all times.
  1. Please refer to section 15 re Additional Terms, which specifies the mandatory insurance
    coverage required.
    Include the Additional Terms as an attachment to the Lease Agreement.

Landlord and tenant rights and responsibilities remain the same under the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 (RTA).

For full details, please see:

For NEW Lease Agreements:

–  Send a request to your Area Bishop’s office for a “Letter of Support”, including a copy of your vestry resolution (as per Canon 6), an UNSIGNED copy of the agreement along with a copy of the Tenant’s Certificate of Insurance. Please also include the Property Resources Department with this request.

  Send an UNSIGNED copy of the agreement along with a copy of the Tenant’s Certificate of Insurance to the Property Resources Department.

These agreements must be received by the Property Resources Department by 12:00 pm at least two (2) weeks in advance of the next scheduled monthly meeting date of the Trusts Committee.

Mandatory Insurance:  Please refer to the Finance Department Insurance page on this website.

If it becomes necessary to terminate a residential tenancy agreement, please consult the appropriate section of the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006, S.O. 2006, c.17. The Landlord and Tenant Board should also be consulted.

All other forms of Lease Agreements must also be approved by Diocesan Council in accordance with Canon 6.

For more information, please contact David Badian, Director of Property Resources, 416-363-6021 ext. 245 (1-800-668-8932).