Know about rental regulations and find help on your rental problems
The Residential Tenancies Branch or RTB helps investigate, mediate, and
make decisions on disputes between tenant and landlords regarding
- security deposits
- the terms and conditions of a tenancy agreement
- notices to move, including notice for non-payment of rent
- privacy and payment of utility bills
RTB also sets the yearly rent increases. It administers the Residential Tenancies Act, the Life Leases Act, and the Condominium Act in Manitoba.
Contact RTB if you have complaints about your rental or you want to know about rent increases.
Read the Guidebook for guidelines for dealing with different situations. The Guidebook has information on:
» claims for compensation
» landlord and tenant responsibilities
» non-payment of utilities
» notices of termination
» orders of possession
» recovery of filing fees, costs and interest
» rent regulation
» security deposits
» tenancy agreements
Read the latest RTB Newsletter.