Medallion Corporation Notice-on-Notice of Eviction

Dear [Tenant],

This letter is to serve as a formal notice of eviction. You are hereby notified that you must vacate the premises located at [Address] within 30 days from the date of this letter.

The reason for this eviction is that you have failed to pay your rent in full and on time for the past three months. This is a violation of your lease agreement, which states that all rent payments must be made in full and on time each month.

Furthermore, we have received numerous complaints from other tenants about excessive noise coming from your unit. This is also a violation of your lease agreement, which states that tenants must not disturb other tenants with loud noises or activities.

If you fail to vacate the premises within 30 days, we will take legal action against you and seek damages for any unpaid rent and court costs associated with evicting you from the property.

We hope that this matter can be resolved amicably without further legal action being taken against you. Please contact us immediately if you have any questions or concerns regarding this eviction notice.

Medallion Property Management

The first incident was at the Wine Rack Canada. I had gone in to purchase a bottle of wine and when I went to pay, the cashier told me that my card had been declined. I was surprised as I knew there were sufficient funds in my account. After some investigation, it turned out that the card reader was not working properly and the transaction could not be completed. The cashier apologized for the inconvenience and offered to try again with another card reader, which worked successfully.

The second incident occurred at 565ive Sherbourne Apartments. I had gone to pick up a package that had been delivered there earlier in the day but when I arrived, they informed me that they did not have any packages for me. After some further investigation, it turned out that the package had been delivered to another address by mistake. The staff at 565ive Sherbourne apologized for the mistake and offered to contact the other address to arrange for them to send me my package.

Posted by Chad W. Testes on Friday, February 26, 2021

The Residential Tenancies Act does not require tenants to wear masks or other face coverings. However, it does allow landlords to impose reasonable rules and regulations on their tenants. In this case, Medallion Corporation has the right to require its tenants to wear masks or other acceptable face coverings in common areas of the building, such as hallways and elevators. This is a reasonable rule that is designed to protect the health and safety of all residents in the building.

If a tenant refuses to comply with this rule, Medallion Corporation can take appropriate action, such as issuing a warning or even evicting the tenant if necessary. However, it is important for Medallion Corporation to ensure that any action taken is done in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

In addition, Medallion Corporation should consider providing additional information about why wearing a mask or other face covering is important for protecting public health and safety. This could include providing educational materials about COVID-19 prevention measures or offering free masks or other face coverings to tenants who cannot afford them.

Yes, it appears that they are ready to evict you if you do not comply with their face mask policy. It is important to note that this is a serious matter and should not be taken lightly. If you feel that the policy is unreasonable or unjustified, then it may be worth consulting an attorney to discuss your legal options.

Yes, this is the most salient point. Medallion’s policy of treating tenants who cannot wear a mask differently from other tenants is discriminatory and violates the law. It is important to note that even if Medallion has a legitimate reason for refusing to allow someone who cannot wear a mask into an elevator with another tenant, they must still provide reasonable accommodations for those individuals. For example, they could provide alternative means of transportation or access to the building, such as allowing them to use a separate elevator or providing them with access to an elevator at certain times when it is not being used by other tenants.

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Re: Your Tenancy at.. (the “Rental Unit”)
Ongoing Conduct Issues

Mr. Testes then entered the elevator and pressed the button for the parking level.

The Cleaner then asked Mr. Testes if he was going to the parking level, to which Mr. Testes replied yes. The Cleaner then proceeded to make a comment about how it was “too bad” that Mr. Testes had to go down there, as it was “so cold”. Mr. Testes responded by saying that he didn’t mind, as he had his coat on and was used to the cold weather. The Cleaner then made a comment about how it must be nice for Mr. Testes to have a coat, implying that not everyone in the building had one.

Mr. Testes felt uncomfortable with this comment and exited the elevator at the parking level without responding further. He reported feeling embarrassed and disrespected by the Cleaner’s comments, which he perceived as an implication of his socio-economic status or lack thereof.

Mr. ’s behavior is inappropriate and unacceptable. His obscenity and physical aggression are not only disruptive to the other residents of the complex, but also disrespectful to the Cleaner who was simply doing their job. Mr. should apologize to the Cleaner for his outburst and take steps to ensure that such behavior does not occur again in the future.

The tenant’s conduct is a breach of the lease agreement and could result in eviction.

The landlord may also seek damages for any losses suffered as a result of Mr. ’s conduct, including but not limited to the cost of repairs or replacement of property damaged by Mr. and/or the cost of any legal fees incurred in connection with the enforcement of the landlord’s rights.

[Your Name]

Roisin Webb
Property Manager