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posted 3 years ago
Tenant/Landlord - Not locking the front door violate the tenant's right to a livable place? (Canada)
Is not locking the front door on a regular basis considered a violation of the tenant's right to a livable (safe and habitable) place? If so, what methods of recourse do the tenant and landlord have?
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  • Property

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posted 3 years ago
First, tenant/landlord relations could be different in each state and territory, for this reason, you can check Federal, provincial and territorial Consumer Affairs offices for the law of tenant/landlord relations law in your province. Additionally, in Canada, landlords must comply with the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA). In your case, if your personal information or your life will be in danger PIPEDA rules could apply.