THE CORRUPTION OF CANADA'S LEGAL SYSTEM: THE COURTS AND TRIBUNALS

HOW THE LANDLORD AND TENANT BOARD, ACTS CORRUPTLY, WITH MEMBERS BLATANTLY DISREGARDING THE LAW. AND ALSO THE RIGHTS OF THE TENANTS, BEFORE THE BOARD. 

(HOW BOARD MEMBERS PROCEED WITH MATTERS, THAT ARE BEFORE THE LANDLORD AND TENANT BOARD). IGNORING THE APPEALS OF THEIR DECISIONS, BEFORE THE DIVISIONAL COURT AND PROCEEDING AT THE BOARD, WHILE THOSE MATTERS ARE UNDER APPEAL, WITH THE COURT. AND THE OVERWHELMING BIAS SHOWN TO TENANTS, IN FAVOR OF LANDLORDS.





THE LANDLORD AND TENANT BOARD MEMBER, DEBBIE MOSAHEB'S TOTAL DISREGARD, FOR RESPECTING, EITHER THE TENANT'S RIGHT,OR THE LAW, IN HER RECENT DECISION. MOSAHEB HAS CONTINUED WITH  A LANDLORD'S APPLICATION, AT THE BOARD, SECRETLY, WHILE THAT SAME APPLICATION IS UNDER APPEAL, AT THE DIVISIONAL COURT. MOSAHEB, HERSELF HAS ALSO ACKNOWLEDGE THE STAY ON THE LANDLORD'S APPLICATION, IN A MEMO TO THE STAFF AT THE BOARD. MOSAHEB, HAS COMMENTED IN THE MEMO, "THERE IS A STAY ON TSL------------". YET SHE HAS CONTINUED TO PROCEED AT THE BOARD, WITH THE LANDLORD'S APPLICATION, AS IF THERE WAS NO STAY IN PLACE. EVEN INSTRUCTING THE STAFF AT THE LANDLORD AND TENANT BOARD, TO ISSUE A NEW NOTICE OF HEARING, FOR A NEW DATE, THAT SHE ALSO SET FOR OCTOBER 8, 2015, ACCORDING TO THE INTERNAL MEMO, THE MEMBER, DEBBIE MOSAHEB, ALSO SCHEDULED THE HEARING FOR 30 MINUTES, TO HEAR THE LANDLORD'S APPLICATION, THAT, IN FACT SHOULD NOT BE HEARD, UNTIL THE DECISION OF THE DIVISIONAL COURT.
THE S.P.P.A., OR THE STATUTORY POWERS PROCEDURES ACT., OF ONTARIO, UNDER SECTION 25, THAT STAYS THE DECISION OF AN ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD,OR A TRIBUNAL, WHICH THE LANDLORD AND TENANT BOARD IS, DID NOT SEEM TO AFFECT THE DECISION, OF THIS CORRUPT BOARD MEMBER, DEBBIE MOSAHEB, IN HER DECISON, TO CONTINUE AT THE LANDLORD AND TENANT BOARD, WITH AN APPLICATION, THAT HAS ALSO BEEN APPEALED, AT THE COURT.  

AND TO MAKE MATTERS WORSE, IN REGARDS TO HER APPALLING ACTIONS, DEBBIE MOSAHEB, HAS ALSO BEEN THE COMPLAINT REVIEW OFFICER FOR PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT, AT THE LAW SOCIETY OF UPPER CANADA! MEANING THAT SHE REPRESENTS ONE OF THE HIGHEST CANADIAN INSTITUTIONS, THAT ARE SUPPOSED TO UPHOLD THE LAW. THE LAW SOCIETY OF UPPER CANADA PROVIDE LICENSES FOR LAWYERS AND PARALEGALS, TO PRACTICE IN ONTARIO. WHO IS CHECKING HERE, ON DEBBIE MOSAHEB'S OWN PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT, WITH THE LANDLORD AND TENANT BOARD?. MOSAHEB ALSO MADE SURE THAT NO ORDER, OR ENDORSEMENT OF HER DECISION, WAS ALSO MADE AVAILABLE TO THE TENANT, IN REGARDS TO THE HEARING ON SEPTEMBER 18, 2015, THAT WAS BEFORE THE LANDLORD AND TENANT BOARD. A HEARING WHICH SHOULD NEVER HAVE TAKEN PLACE, AND FOR WHICH THE TENANT, WHO HAD FILED THE APPEAL AGAINST THE BOARD'S DECISION, TO HEAR THE LANDLORD'S APPLICATION ALONE, ON SEPTEMBER 18TH, ALSO DID NOT ATTEND. THE MEMEBER, DEBBIE MOSAHEB, SIMPLY CONTINUED WITH THE MATTER, AT THE BOARD, ON ANOTHER DATE, SET FOR OCTOBER 8, 2015. WHETHER THERE WAS AN APPEAL AT THE COURT, OR NOT.

THE MEMBER, DEBBIE MOSAHEB, ALSO WROTE, AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE OF THE INTERNAL MEMO, CALLED A 'PROCEDURAL DIRECTION SHEET, OR A 'SCHEDULE B ADJOURNMENT' FORM, IN WHICH MOSAHEB ALSO ADVISED THE STAFF, WHO WERE TO PROVIDE A NEW DATE OF THE HEARING AND TO ISSUE A NEW NOTICE OF HEARING, OF THE FACT THAT THE MATTER WAS ALSO UNDER A STAY. MOSAHEB'S COMMENTED, "THERE IS A STAY ON THE TSL----------" MEANING THE LANDLORD'S APPLICATION. WHY DID MOSAHEB THEN PROCEEDED WITH A HEARING AT THE LANDLORD AND TENANT BOARD, AGAINST THE TENANT, KNOWING THAT THERE WAS A STAY IN PLACE, ON THE LANDLORD'S APPLICATION BEING HEARD AT THE BOARD, UNTIL THE DIVISIONAL COURT, HAS DEALT WITH THE MATTER?. ONE CAN SEE CLEARLY, THAT DEBBIE MOSAHEB, HAS ACTED CORRUPTLY.  AND THAT APPARENTLY, THIS IS ALSO STANDARD PRACTICE AT THE LANDLORD AND TENANT BOARD.









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