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- The Landlord and Tenant BoardVisit this website for information about resolving landlord and tenant disputes, rent increases in residential rental units, and landlord and tenant rights and responsibilities under the Residential Tenancies Act.
- Investigation and Enforcement UnitThe Investigation & Enforcement
Unit’s (IEU) role is to answer
questions and take complaints
from Ontario landlords and tenants
related to potential offences
contained within Sections 233 and
to 237 of the Residential Tenancies
- Residential Tenancies ActThe Residential Tenancies Act,
2006 (RTA) was proclaimed and
came into effect on January 31,
2007, replacing the Tenant
Protection Act, 1997 (TPA). The
new legislation gives tenants more
protection while keeping Ontario’s
rental housing market strong.
- Amendments to the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 to better support survivors of sexual and domestic violenceAs part of its Sexual Violence and Harassment Action Plan, Ontario amended the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 to shorten the notice period to end a tenancy for tenants who are fleeing sexual and domestic violence.
- Proposed Changes to the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006To support the Long-Term Affordable Housing Strategy, the government is exploring potential amendments to encourage small landlords to provide rental housing
- Rent Increase GuidelinesLink to the Landlord and Tenant Board website
- Suite Meters in Rental Residential UnitsDetailed rules for the implementation of suite meters have been set out in the Suite Metering Regulations under the RTA.
- Second-hand smoke in rental unitsWhat can you do when second-hand smoke is getting into your home from a neighbouring unit?
- Harassment and Discrimination in Rental Housing