Please use the following link to submit an electronic application to the Rental Office.
Please note that one signed copy of the application and one copy of all supporting documents is acceptable when submitting the documents through this portal. Please ensure payment of the filing fee is made in conjunction with your electronic application, if applicable ($100 landlord, $20 tenant, $0 subsidized housing tenant, and $0 family violence (s. 54.1) application), by contacting Financial Shared Services in person, by telephone, or by email.
For more information on submitting an application to a rental officer with the Rental Office or how to pay the application filing fee, please contact the Rental Office.
The Rental Office is a convenient and accessible place for landlords and tenants to obtain information regarding their rights and obligations. Many landlord-tenant problems are solved simply by providing landlords and tenants with information concerning their respective rights and responsibilities. Many tenants and a surprising number of landlords are unaware of the legislation that governs their relationship or the tenancy agreement that forms the contract between them. The provision of information is probably the single most important function of the office, often serving to eliminate conflict and problems before they start.
The rental officer is also available to make presentations or participate in forums with tenants, property managers or others involved in residential tenancy matters. These services are provided free of charge in the belief that informed and knowledgeable landlords and tenants are more likely to respect the rights and obligations of each other and less likely to end up in a conflict situation.
The rental Interest rate schedule for 2020 remains unchanged from the previous rate
- Abandoned Property
- Assignment & Subletting
- Application to a Rental Officer.pdf
- Information about the Residential Tenancies Act for landlords and tenants_2021.pdf
- Interest Rate Schedule 2023.pdf
- 2000 Annual Report.pdf
- 2001 Annual Report.pdf
- 2002 Annual Report.pdf
- 2002 Annual Report Tables.pdf
- 2003 Annual Report.pdf
- 2004 Annual Report.pdf
- 2005 Annual Report EN.pdf
- 2005 Annual Report FR.pdf
- 2006 Annual Report EN.pdf
- 2006 Annual Report FR.pdf
- 2007 Annual Report.pdf
- 2008 Annual Report.pdf
- 2009 Annual Report.pdf
- 2010 Annual Report.pdf
- 2011 Annual Report.pdf
- 2012 Annual Report.pdf
- 2013 Annual Report.pdf
- 2014 Annual Report.pdf
- 2015-16 Annual Report.pdf
- 2016-2017 Rental Officer Annual Report .pdf
- 2017-2018 Rental Officer Annual Report.pdf
- 2018-2019 Rental Officer Annual Report.pdf
- 2019-2020 Rental Officer Annual Report.pdf
- 2020-2021 Rental Officer Annual Report.pdf
The rules for renting property in the Northwest Territories are governed by the Residential Tenancies Act and the Residential Tenancies Regulations. The act appoints a rental officer to enforce the act, provide the public with information, and resolve disputes between landlords and tenants who have entered into residential tenancy agreements. Decisions by the rental officer have the same force as a Supreme Court order. The legalization of cannabis will require both landlords and tenants to be aware of how the legislation will affect the usage of cannabis in their residences.