Residential tenancy guides

Residential tenancy guides provide tenants and landlords with information about their individual rights and responsibilities.

Residential tenancy guides provide information on the rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords. They also describe processes to be used for dispute resolution, land-lease communities (mobile parks) and co-operative housing.

The guides address the most common situations that landlords and tenants deal with.

Documents

Residential Tenancies: guide to resolving disputes

The processes available to landlords and tenants to resolve disputes.

    • Guide

Residential Tenancies: mediation and hearings guide

Options available to landlords and tenants if they can’t resolve disputes on their own: mediation and hearings.

    • Guide

Residential Tenancies: guide to options after a residential tenancy hearing

After a residential tenancy hearing, landlords and tenants can either accept the decision or appeal it.

    • Guide

Renting: guide for tenants

The rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords.

    • Guide

Residential Tenancies: renting guide for students

Rights and responsibilities of landlords and students where students are renting from landlords.

    • Guide

Ending a tenancy: guide for tenants

The process tenants must follow to end their lease properly.

    • Guide

Ending a tenancy: guide for landlords

The process landlords must follow to end a lease properly.

    • Guide

Land-lease communities (mobile parks): guide for tenants and landlords

Rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords of land-lease communities (mobile parks).

    • Guide

Land-lease communities (mobile parks): rental increases

Rules landlords must follow when increasing the rent for a tenant in a land-lease community.

    • Guide

Land-lease communities (mobile parks): selling a manufactured home (mobile home)

Process that tenants, landlords and buyers must follow when a tenant wants to sell a manufactured home within a land-lease community.

    • Guide

Evictions from a housing co-operative: guide for landlords

The process landlords must follow to evict a tenant from a housing co-operative.

    • Guide