TLT Oct 31/19
In eight agenda items dealt with by the Toronto Licensing Tribunal on Thursday, October 31, 2019, three dealt with Vehicle-for-Hire licenses, four with Tow Truck licenses, and one with a Driving School Instructor license.
Three applicants failed to appear for their hearings.
Miriza Khan, applying for a Vehicle-For-Hire Driver's Licence got the license on conditions after the TLT approved a joint Proposed Resolution.
The license will be on probation for three years. On each of the nest three renewals he must provide to Municipal Licensing and Standards an original up-to-date abstract of his Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check.
Other usual conditions also apply dealing with fees, fines and documents being up to date, and MLS reserves the right to conduct further checks on his records as it deems appropriate. If there are new concerns he may be brought back to the tribunal for a new hearing.
Richard P. Mijares, holding a Vehicle-For-Hire Driver's Licence failed to appear for his hearing.
MLS withdrew a report on his activities. The license expired on July 18, 2019 when MLS did not receive a renewal payment, and the license was automatically cancelled on October 18, 2019.
A hearing into continuation of Balasuntheram Gangatheran’s Vehicle-For-Hire Driver's Licence was adjourned to November 28, 2019. The licensee failed to attend today's hearing.
The TLT adjourned the case of Jeremy Shanahan, holding a Tow Truck to November 28, 2019. Karkada failed to attend today's hearing.
The case of Sarwan Singh Mundi, o/a Hi-Tech Driver Education, wanting to renew a Driving School Instructor with Vehicle Licence was adjourned on consent to February 27, 2020.
David Gourlay, a lawyer for the city, confirmed that he spoke to Kabir Sharma, Solicitor for the Licensee and advised him that Municipal Licensing and Standards is requesting an adjournment to conduct further investigations. Sharma agreed to this request.
Neither Mundi or his lawyer attended today's hearing.
The Tow Truck Driver license held by Robert Kenedi Soisa was renewed after approval of a joint Proposed Resolution containing conditions.
The license will be on probation for two years and other usual conditions dealing with fees, documents and additional checks also apply.
The TLT approved a joint Proposed Resolution that allows Abdul Majid Mehraban to keep his license on probation for two years.
For the next two renewals Mehraban must provide to Municipal Licensing and Standards, at his own expense, an original up-to-date abstract of his Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check and as usual fees, documents fines must be up to date, MLS may do further checks as it sees fit and if there are new concerns he may be brought back to the tribunal for a new hearing.
Densilraj Donald Soisa, applying for a Tow Truck Driver's Licence had it issued after approval of a joint Proposed Resolution.
But it will be on probation for four years with Soisa required to submit prior to each of the next four renewals, at his own expense, an original up-to-date abstract of his Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check.
The other usual conditions also apply.
(Taxi News was not present for this hearing date. We were delivering newspapers.)