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These forms are available in fill and print format. To download a form, click on the link. To fill it out, tab from one grey area to the next and fill in the information required.

The Notice of Rent Increase, The Notice to New Tenant, and the Application for Rent Increase Above Amount Permitted by Regulation Form (AFRI) are also available under Electronic Forms Submission. You can fill them out online and send them to the Branch electronically. Click here to view the eforms


Entering into a Tenancy:


Standard Residential Tenancy Agreement (Form 1)
(Updated – effective August 1, 2014)

Landlords must use this form, or a form of their own that contains all of the prescribed information, at the beginning of a tenancy.

Standard Residential Tenancy Agreement (For tenancies that include tenant services)
(Form 1.1)

(Updated – effective August 1, 2014)

Landlords must use this form, or a form of their own that contains all of the prescribed information, at the beginning of a tenancy that provides tenant services.

Standard Residential Tenancy Agreement (Mobile Homes and Sites) (Form 2)
(Updated – effective August 1, 2014)

Landlords must use this form, or a form of their own that contains all of the prescribed information, at the beginning of a tenancy.

Assignment or Subletting of Tenancy Agreement (Form 3)
Landlords should use this form when allowing a tenant to sublet or assign their tenancy. A copy of the current tenancy agreement should be attached to this form.

Rental Unit Condition Report (Form 5) (legal size)
Landlords and tenants can use this form to record the condition of a rental unit at the time of move-in and at the time of move-out.

Notice to New Tenant (Form 2)
(Updated - effective March 1, 2013)
Landlords must provide all new tenants with a completed Notice to New Tenant form when the tenancy begins. Landlords are required to send a copy of this form to the Residential Tenancies Branch (the Branch).

Notice to New Tenant - Where Tenant Services are Provided (Form 14)
Landlords must provide all new tenants with a completed Notice to New Tenant – Where Tenant Services are Provided form when the tenancy begins.


Rent Increases:


Notice of Rent Increase (Form 1A)
(New- effective March 1, 2013)

A landlord must use this form, or a form of their own that contains all of the prescribed information, to notify tenants of rent increases.

Notice of Rent Increase for Life Lease Rental Unit Owned by Non-Profit Landlord (Form 1B) (legal size)
(Updated- effective March 1, 2013)

A landlord must use this form, or a form of their own that contains all of the prescribed information, to notify tenants of rent increases.

Application for Rent Increase Above Amount Permitted by Regulation (Form 3) (legal size) (Updated - effective October 1, 2015)
A landlord must use this form to apply for a rent increase above the amount permitted by the annual rent increase guideline. For a guide on how to complete this form, click here.

Application for Increase in Charge for Laundry Facilities (Form 4)
(Updated- effective March 1, 2013)

A landlord must use this form when applying to increase the charges for laundry.

Application to Fix Value of Reduction/Withdrawal of Service (Form 9)
(New- effective March 1, 2013)

A landlord must use this form if they are applying to the Branch to set the value on a service they are reducing or withdrawing (for example, the landlord is no longer providing basic cable).

Application to Fix Value of Reduction or Withdrawal of Tenant Services Before End of Fixed-Term Tenancy Agreement (Form 17) (Updated- effective March 1, 2013)
A landlord must use this form if they are applying to the Branch to set the value on a tenant service they are reducing or withdrawing (for example, the landlord is no longer providing transportation services).

 Notice to Tenant – Reduction/Withdrawal of Service (Form 8)
(New- effective March 1, 2013)

A landlord must use this form to notify a tenant if a service that was included in the rent is being reduced or withdrawn (for example, tenant had basic cable included and the landlord is withdrawing that service)

.Notice to Tenant – Reduction or Withdrawal of Tenant Services (Form 16)
A landlord must use this form to notify a tenant if the landlord is withdrawing or reducing a tenant service (for example, transportation is provided and the landlord is withdrawing that service).

Application to Fix Value of Improvement Requested by Tenant (Form 7) (legal size)
A landlord should use this form if a tenant has asked for an improvement (for example, air conditioning) to their unit. The landlord must send this application to the Branch.

Application for Approval of Rehabilitation Scheme for All or Part of a Residential Complex   (Form 5A) (New- effective January 1, 2015)
A landlord must complete this form and provide all required information if they are applying for a rehabilitation scheme.

Application for Approval of Rehabilitation Scheme for Specified Unit (Form 5B) (legal size)
(New- effective October 1, 2015)
A landlord must complete this form and provide all required information if they are applying for a rehabilitation scheme for a specified unit.

Notice to Tenant – Rehabilitation Scheme for All or Part of a Residential Complex (Form 6)
A landlord must complete this form and provide it to all tenants affected by a rehabilitation scheme.

Notice of Tenant Services Charge Increase (Form 15)
A landlord must use this form, or a form of their own that contains all of the prescribed information, to notify tenants of tenant services charge increases.


Ending a Tenancy:


Habitually Late Letter
This letter can be given to tenants who have received a notice of termination for non-payment of rent. If, after receiving the notice of termination, a tenant wants to pay the late rent, a landlord may give a tenant who has been late three or more times in a 12-month period, the habitually late letter. This letter lets the tenant know that the landlord is accepting the rent, but still ending the tenancy because they have been late three or more times in the last 12 month period.

Notice of Termination by Tenant (Form 7)
Tenants are encouraged to use this form if they are ending their tenancy.

Certificate from Canadian Forces Official

Notice of Termination by Landlord for Non-Payment of Rent (for all residential tenancies, other than tenancies respecting a mobile home, mobile home site or both (Form 8)
A landlord must use this form if they are ending a tenancy for non-payment of rent. This form can be given if the tenant has failed to pay the rent within three days of it being due.

Notice of Termination by Landlord for Non-Payment of Rent or Tenant Services Charge (for residential tenancies that include tenant services (Form 8.1)
A landlord must use this form if they are ending a tenancy for non-payment of rent or tenant services charges. This form can be given if the tenant has failed to pay the tenant services charge within three days of it being due.

Notice of Termination for Non-Payment (for tenancies of a mobile home, mobile home site or both) (Form 9)
A landlord must use this form if they are ending a tenancy for non-payment of rent, mobile home taxes or license fee. This form can be given if the tenant has failed to pay within three days of the payment being due.

Notice of Termination by Landlord (for cause other than non-payment of rent (Form 10)
(Updated – effective August 1, 2014)

A landlord must use this form if they are terminating a tenancy for certain reasons (for example, duty not to disturb others, obligation to pay a pet damage deposit or security deposit).

Notice of Termination by Landlord (Purchaser or landlord intends to move into rental unit) (Form 11A) (New- effective March 1, 2013)
A landlord must use this form if they are terminating a tenancy because they intend to move into the unit.

Notice of Termination by Landlord (For demolition or conversion) (Form 11B)
(New- effective March 1, 2013)

A landlord must use this form if they are terminating a tenancy because they intend to demolish the unit.

Notice of Termination by Landlord (For extensive renovations) (Form 11C)
(New- effective March 1, 2013)

A landlord must use this form if they are terminating a tenancy because they intend to renovate the unit.

Order of Possession Package


Claim for Money


Landlord Claim Package

Tenant Claim Package

Deposit Information Sheet

Landlord's Claim for Deposit or Less


Tenant's Request for Repairs Form:


Other:

Assignment or Subletting of Tenancy Agreement (Form 3)
Landlords should use this form when allowing a tenant to sublet or assign their tenancy. A copy of the current tenancy agreement should be attached to this form.

Renewal of Tenancy Agreement (Form 4)
Landlords must use this form, or a form of their own that contains all of the prescribed information, when renewing a tenancy for a fixed term.

Notice to Tenant - Change of Landlord (Form 6)
A landlord must use this form to advise their tenants of a change in landlord.

Inventory of Tenant’s Abandoned Property (Form 12)
A landlord must fill out this form if a tenant has left property behind.

Accounting of Sale of Abandoned Property (Form 13)
A landlord must fill out this form and submit it to the Branch if the property left behind was valuable and the landlord disposed of it by auction.

Request to Correct or Amend an Order
If a landlord or tenant want to request a correction or a change to an order issued by the Branch, they need to use this form.

Application for Substitutional Services
(Updated- effective October 1, 2013)
This form is for landlords or tenants who have not been able to serve the other party notice of a claim, order of possession or notice of termination and who want permission to try a different method of service.

Application for a Rent Status Report on a Residential Complex
Rent Status Report Authorization

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Notice of Rent Increase

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Notice to New Tenant

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Application for Rent Increase Above Amount Permitted by Regulation Form

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Privacy Statement


Personal information on these forms is necessary for the administration of The Residential Tenancies Act. This information is protected by the privacy provisions of The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (‘FIPPA’). It may be used and disclosed only in accordance with FIPPA. If you have questions about collection and use of this information, contact the:

Director, Residential Tenancies Branch
302-254 Edmonton Street
Winnipeg, MB R3C 3Y4
Phone:  204-945-2476
Fax: 204-945-6273
Toll-free in Manitoba 1-800-782-8403
E-mail: rtb@gov.mb.ca

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