Can I serve someone through email?

Can I serve someone through email?

As we are in the email proof business, we are often asked, “Can you serve court notices and summons using email?” The quick answer is yes, but it depends on many factors including acceptance and approval from local court rules and applicable statutes and of course the specific presiding judge.

Do text messages count as in writing?

To date, few jurisdictions consider texting to be legal written notice, and none consider them to be legal documents. Meaning, it may occasionally be legally binding when a text accepts a formal written document. But the text itself cannot be the formal written document.

Is email considered written notice in Ontario?

The LTB Rules were changed in December 2018 so that a landlord can email a notice of entry but only under two circumstances. If the tenancy was entered into using the new Ontario Standard Lease and the section of the lease that asks whether the tenant will accept certain notices by email was answered with a yes.

Can I give 30 days notice in Ontario?

You must give your landlord at least 30 days’ notice. If you have a daily or weekly tenancy, you must give the landlord at least 28 days’ notice.