Residential tenancy forms
Forms for tenants and landlords to document items between each other and give formal notices.
Residential tenancy forms help landlords and tenants address common actions they need to carry out and follow the rules in the Residential Tenancies Act. They include signing leases, providing notices of termination, increasing rent, applying for help with resolving a dispute and filing an application to the director.
TenantsTenant's Notice to Quit: leave at end of lease term (Form C)
Tenants use Form C to tell their landlord they’ll be moving out at the end of their tenancy (lease).Tenant's Notice to Quit: Early Termination of Tenancy (Form G and Form H)
Tenants use Form G and Form H to end their tenancy (lease) early if their health has gotten worse or they’ve been accepted into a nursing home.Tenant’s Notice to Quit: Early Termination of Tenancy by Personal Representative (Form I)
A tenant’s personal representative uses Form I to end a tenancy (lease) early if the only tenant living in a rental unit dies.Tenant's Notice to Quit: Early Termination of Tenancy Due to Cannabis Rules
Tenants can end their tenancy (lease) early if the landlord changes the rules to restrict smoking or growing recreational cannabis in the rental.Apply to waive fee for Application to the Director of Residential Tenancies
Apply to have the fee waived for submitting an Application to the Director of Residential Tenancies.
Tenants and landlordsRental Unit Condition Report Form
Record the condition of a rental unit at the start and end of a tenancy (lease) by using the Rental Unit Condition Report Form.Application to Director to resolve dispute between landlord and tenant (Form J)
Apply to the Director of Residential Tenancies to resolve a dispute between landlords and tenants.Affidavit of Service: Residential Tenancies (Form L)
Landlords and tenants use Form L to swear that they’ve served residential tenancy documents on the other party.Certificate of Service: Residential Tenancies (Form L1)
Landlords and tenants use Form L1 to certify that they’ve served residential tenancy documents on the other party.
LandlordsLandlord’s Notice to Quit: Failure to Pay Rent (Form D)
Landlords use Form D to give tenants Notice to Quit when the tenants have failed to pay rent and the landlord wants to end the tenancy.Landlord’s Notice to Quit: Breach of Statutory Condition (Form E)
Landlords use Form E to give their tenants Notice to Quit if the tenant has breached (not complied with) a statutory condition.Landlord’s Notice to Quit: Additional Circumstances (Form F)
Landlords use Form F to give their tenants Notice to Quit for reasons other than failure to pay rent and not complying with statutory conditions.Application to Director to end tenancy (lease) because of unpaid rent (Form K)
Apply to the Director of Residential Tenancies to end a tenant’s lease because of unpaid rent.Landlord’s Notice of Rent Increase for space in a land-lease community (Form M)
Landlords use Form M to give their tenants Notice of Rent Increase in a land-lease community (mobile park).Landlord’s Application to Director for Rent Increase Greater than Annual Allowable Rent Increase Amount (Form N)
Apply to increase the rent in a land-lease community (mobile park) by more than the Annual Allowable Rent Increase Amount (AARIA).Financial Information for Rent Increase Greater than Annual Allowable Rent Increase Amount (Form O)
Landlords use Form O to apply to increase the rent by more than the Annual Allowable Rent Increase Amount (AARIA).Standard Form of Lease (Form P)
Landlords can use Form P as the residential lease agreement they provide to their tenant to sign.Security Deposit Claim Form: Residential Tenancies
Landlords use the Security Deposit Claim Form to claim some or all of their tenant’s security deposit for unpaid rent or damage.Inventory of Tenant’s Abandoned Personal Property (Form A)
Landlords use Form A to record personal property that a tenant has left behind after the tenancy (lease) has ended.Inventory of Goods and Proceeds of Sale: Residential Tenancies
Landlords use the Inventory of Goods and Proceeds of Sale Form to account for the sale or disposal of tenants’ abandoned property. The form is part of the inventory of tenant’s abandoned personal property process.Calculate Proceeds from Sale of Tenant’s Personal Property (Form B)
Landlords use Form B to calculate the proceeds from selling the tenant’s abandoned property at the end of the tenancy (lease). The form is part of the inventory of tenant’s abandoned personal property process.