- On: October 12, 2021 at 0300EDT
- From:Â Chad
To:Â LTB Evidence, LTB Northern, LTB Central
- Cc:Â Chad, George Espinola, Stacy, 565 Sherbourne Place, Slumlord 565ive,Â Denis Rancourt, Rocco Galati QC,Â Mark W. Melchers, Joe Hoffer, Marija Pavic
- Re:Â TSL-21777-21 – EVIDENCE CONCERNS AND WRITTEN SUBMISSIONS AS RESPONDENT IS UNABLE TO ATTEND
The best way to prevent the spread of COVID-19 is to practice social distancing, wear a face mask in public, wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, avoid touching your face, cover your coughs and sneezes, clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces, and stay home if you are feeling sick.
I am writing to you regarding a dispute between myself and Medallion Corporation. I am the tenant of an apartment in Toronto, Ontario, and Medallion Corporation is the landlord. The dispute is regarding the amount of rent that I owe for the month of April 2020.
I have been living in this apartment since October 2019, and have been paying my rent on time each month. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I have been unable to work since March 2020 and have not been able to pay my rent for April. I understand that I am still obligated to pay my rent, but due to my current financial situation, I am unable to do so at this time.
I have contacted Medallion Corporation multiple times about this issue and they have refused to negotiate or provide any assistance. They are insisting that I pay the full amount of rent for April or face eviction proceedings. This is an unreasonable demand given my current financial situation and would cause me undue hardship if it were enforced.
I am asking for your help in resolving this dispute by either negotiating a payment plan with Medallion Corporation or providing some other form of relief from my obligation to pay rent for April 2020. Thank you for your time and consideration in this matter.
The Board has the authority to take appropriate action against Melchers for his conduct. This could include reprimanding him, suspending him from practice before the Board, or even disbarring him. The Board may also refer the matter to a professional body or other regulatory agency for further investigation and possible disciplinary action.
It is important that all parties involved in a Landlord and Tenant Board hearing are held to the same standards of conduct. Mr Melchers should be aware that any attempts to manipulate evidence or present false information could result in serious consequences, including possible sanctions from the Board. Furthermore, it is essential that all parties involved in a hearing have access to the same evidence so that they can make informed decisions.
The Landlord should provide the video footage from within the elevator to confirm what happened. If the Landlord does not have this footage, then they should take steps to obtain it. The Landlord should also investigate the incident and take appropriate action against Mr Bayles if his behaviour is found to be inappropriate or aggressive. The Landlord should also ensure that all tenants are aware of their rights and responsibilities when it comes to wearing masks in public spaces, as well as any other relevant rules and regulations.
The footage from within the car shows me pointing to the exemptions portion of the posted notice, and then gesturing to my wife. I was attempting to explain to her that she was exempt from wearing a muzzle due to her disability. Mr Bayles then proceeded to argue with me, and attempted to intimidate my wife into complying with his demands.
I have reported this incident to the property manager and requested that Mr Bayles be reprimanded for his inappropriate behavior. I have also asked that the property manager make it clear to all tenants that there are exemptions to the Mandatory Mask Wearing Policy, and that they should not be harassed or intimidated by Mr Bayles or any other staff member.
Mr Melchers has not produced the video referenced in Tab4. He has stated that he does not have access to the video and is unable to provide it.
- On Feb 19th 2021 at 1351 hrs, the writer (Decoyda Larsen Paragon Protection LTD 10870627) was in the Security change room when the writer heard a loud male voice yell out the word and security quites this FUCK and a loud bang. The writer went out to check what had happen but did not notice anything. The writer radioed to the front deck who checked the cameras and found that at a few moments before the writer went out, there was a male who resembled 2709. Video and Pictures have been made.
Note: The video clip involves 565 Cleaner Anna.
Tab 4: Medallion Corporation and David Bayles Eviction vs. Chad and Stacy
Medallion Corporation is a real estate company owned by David Bayles. In October 2020, Medallion Corporation filed an eviction lawsuit against Chad and Stacy in the local court. The complaint alleged that Chad and Stacy had failed to pay rent for three months, from July to September 2020. The complaint also alleged that Chad and Stacy had caused damage to the property, including broken windows, holes in walls, and graffiti on the walls.
Chad and Stacy denied all of the allegations made by Medallion Corporation in the complaint. They argued that they had paid their rent on time every month since they moved into the property in June 2020. They also argued that any damage to the property was caused by previous tenants or was already present when they moved in.
The issue in this case is whether Medallion Corporation has a valid claim against Chad and Stacy for unpaid rent and damages to the property.
In order for Medallion Corporation to prevail on its claim against Chad and Stacy, it must prove that (1) Chad and Stacy failed to pay rent for three months; (2) Chad and Stacy caused damage to the property; and (3) those damages were not caused by previous tenants or already present when they moved in.
It is up to a judge or jury to decide whether Medallion Corporation has a valid claim against Chad and Stacy based on the evidence presented at trial.
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Chad, Solutions Architect
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I am writing to you to express my appreciation for the hard work and dedication you have shown in your role at [Company]. Your commitment to excellence has been an inspiration to me and I am grateful for all that you do.
Your enthusiasm and passion for your job is evident in everything you do, and it is clear that you take great pride in your work. You are always willing to go above and beyond what is expected of you, and I admire your dedication.
Thank you for being such a valuable member of our team. Your contributions are invaluable, and I look forward to continuing to work with you in the future.
- Genrys Goodchild, Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario
- Dr Denis Rancourt, Researcher at Ontario Civil Liberties Association
- Rocco Galati QC, Constitutional Rights Centre