Based on the issues you have described, the notices you would require are the N4- Notice to End a Tenancy Early for Non-payment of Rent, and the N5- Notice to Terminate a Tenancy Early for the other issues. These forms can be obtained from the Landlord and Tenant Board’s website at http://www.sjto.gov.on.ca/ltb/. After serving these notices and waiting the required time period which varies depending on the notices served, an application has to be made to the Board to attend a hearing and obtain an Order for eviction. If you intend on doing this process on your own it may be best to call us and get further clarification on the procedures. If you plan on getting someone to represent you further, we suggest contacting the Law Society Referral Service to get a referral to a lawyer or paralegal that deals with landlord and tenant matters. They can be reached at https://lsrs.lsuc.on.ca/lsrs/, by phone at (416) 947-3330, or toll-free at 1-800-268-8326. There are no other legal aid services available to landlords except our clinic, but we can only provide summary advice, we do not provide representation.