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Application about Tenant Rights
FORM T2
(Disponible en français)
Important Information for Tenants
Use this form to apply to have the Board determine whether your landlord, the landlord's agent or the
superintendent:
• entered your rental unit illegally,
• changed the locks to your rental unit or building without giving you replacement keys,
• substantially interfered with your reasonable enjoyment of the rental unit or complex or with the
reasonable enjoyment of a member of your household,
• harassed, coerced, obstructed, threatened or interfered with you,
• withheld or interfered with vital services, care services or meals.
You can also use this form to apply to have the Board determine whether your landlord:
• did not give you 72 hours to remove your property from the rental unit or from somewhere close to
it after the Sheriff evicted you,
• did not give you a written tenancy agreement for your care home unit, or gave you an agreement that
did not include information about the care services and meals and/or the charges you agreed to.
Instructions for the T2 form are available on the Board's website at tribunalsontario.ca/ltb.
There are other tenant application forms you can use to apply to the Board for other reasons. For example,
if you want the Board to determine whether the landlord has failed to meet their obligation to maintain the
rental unit and/or the residential complex, you can use the T6 Tenant Application about Maintenance.
1.
Complete all four parts of this application.
Part 1 asks for general information about:
• the rental unit covered by this application,
• you and the other tenants living in the unit,
• your landlord and other parties to the application,
your tenancy and any other unresolved applications that relate to the rental unit.
Part 2 asks you to select and explain the reasons for your application.
Part 3 asks you to select the remedy(ies) you want the Board to include in the order.
Part 4 requires your signature or that of your representative, and, if you are being represented, your
representative's contact information.
2.
Complete the Request for French-Language Services or Request for Accommodation form at the end of
this application if you need additional services at the hearing.
3.
File all pages of the application (not including this page) with the Board. The Board will send you a Notice
of Hearing showing the time and location of your hearing.
4.
Pay the application fee to the Board at the same time as you file the application. The Board will not
process your application unless you pay the fee. Your T2 application fee is $53 for the first unit (or $48
if you e-File) and $5 for each additional unit to a maximum of $450. If you file the application in
person, you can pay the fee by cash, credit card, debit card, certified cheque or money order (certified
cheques and money orders must be made payable to the Minister of Finance). If you mail the application,
you can't pay by cash or debit card. If you e-File the application, you must pay by credit card or debit
card. If you pay online, email your receipt and application to LTBpayments@ontario.ca.
5.
Contact the Board if you have any questions or need more information.
416-645-8080
1-888-332-3234 (toll free)
tribunalsontario.ca/ltb
Application about Tenant Rights
FORM T2
(Disponible en français)
Important Information for Tenants
Use this form to apply to have the Board determine whether your landlord, the landlord's agent or the
superintendent:
• entered your rental unit illegally,
• changed the locks to your rental unit or building without giving you replacement keys,
• substantially interfered with your reasonable enjoyment of the rental unit or complex or with the
reasonable enjoyment of a member of your household,
• harassed, coerced, obstructed, threatened or interfered with you,
• withheld or interfered with vital services, care services or meals.
You can also use this form to apply to have the Board determine whether your landlord:
• did not give you 72 hours to remove your property from the rental unit or from somewhere close to
it after the Sheriff evicted you,
• did not give you a written tenancy agreement for your care home unit, or gave you an agreement that
did not include information about the care services and meals and/or the charges you agreed to.
Instructions for the T2 form are available on the Board's website at tribunalsontario.ca/ltb.
There are other tenant application forms you can use to apply to the Board for other reasons. For example,
if you want the Board to determine whether the landlord has failed to meet their obligation to maintain the
rental unit and/or the residential complex, you can use the T6 Tenant Application about Maintenance.
1.
Complete all four parts of this application.
Part 1 asks for general information about:
• the rental unit covered by this application,
• you and the other tenants living in the unit,
• your landlord and other parties to the application,
your tenancy and any other unresolved applications that relate to the rental unit.
Part 2 asks you to select and explain the reasons for your application.
Part 3 asks you to select the remedy(ies) you want the Board to include in the order.
Part 4 requires your signature or that of your representative, and, if you are being represented, your
representative's contact information.
2.
Complete the Request for French-Language Services or Request for Accommodation form at the end of
this application if you need additional services at the hearing.
3.
File all pages of the application (not including this page) with the Board. The Board will send you a Notice
of Hearing showing the time and location of your hearing.
4.
Pay the application fee to the Board at the same time as you file the application. The Board will not
process your application unless you pay the fee. Your T2 application fee is $53 for the first unit (or $48
if you e-File) and $5 for each additional unit to a maximum of $450. If you file the application in
person, you can pay the fee by cash, credit card, debit card, certified cheque or money order (certified
cheques and money orders must be made payable to the Minister of Finance). If you mail the application,
you can't pay by cash or debit card. If you e-File the application, you must pay by credit card or debit
card. If you pay online, email your receipt and application to LTBpayments@ontario.ca.
5.
Contact the Board if you have any questions or need more information.
416-645-8080
1-888-332-3234 (toll free)
tribunalsontario.ca/ltb
Application about Tenant Rights
FORM T2
(Disponible en français)
Read the instructions carefully before completing this form. Print or type in capital letters.
PART 1: GENERAL INFORMATION
Address of the Rental Unit Covered by This Application
Street Number
Street Name
Street Type (e.g. Street, Avenue, Road)
Direction (e.g. East)
Unit/Apt./Suite
Municipality (City, Town, etc.)
Prov.
Postal Code
Tenant Names and Address
Tenant 1: First Name (If there are more than 2 tenants, complete a Schedule of Parties form and file it with this application.)
Tenant 1: Last Name
Tenant 2: First Name
Tenant 2: Last Name
Mailing Address (if it is different from the address of the rental unit)
Unit/Apt./Suite
Municipality (City, Town, etc.)
Prov.
Postal Code
Day Phone Number
Evening Phone Number
Fax Number
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E-mail Address
OFFICE USE ONLY
File Number
v. 22/03/2021
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Application about Tenant Rights
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Landlord's Name and Address
First Name (If there is more than 1 landlord, complete a Schedule of Parties form and file it with this application.)
Last Name
Company Name (if applicable)
Street Address
Unit/Apt./Suite
Municipality (City, Town, etc.)
Prov.
Postal Code
Day Phone Number
Evening Phone Number
Fax Number
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E-mail Address
Other parties to the Application
Are you also applying against your superintendent or landlord's agent because they caused the problem?
Shade the circle completely next to your answer.
No
Yes
►Complete and attach a Schedule of Parties form available from the Board.
Questions about Your Tenancy
When did you move into the rental unit you are applying about?
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dd/mm/yyyy
Do you still live in the rental unit? Shade the circle completely next to your answer.
Yes
►When did you move out?
No
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dd/mm/yyyy
Related Applications
If you or your landlord filed other applications that relate to this rental unit and those applications have not
been resolved, list their file numbers below.
File Number 1
File Number 2
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Application about Tenant Rights
FORM T2
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PART 2: REASONS FOR FILING THIS APPLICATION
Shade the box completely next to each of your reasons for applying to the Board. For reasons 1 - 5, the
person who caused the problem could be your landlord, the landlord's agent or the superintendent. For
reasons 6 and 7, you can only apply if the landlord caused the problem.
My landlord, landlord's agent or superintendent
Reason 1: Entered my rental unit illegally.
Reason 2: Changed the locks or the locking system to my rental unit or building without giving me
replacement keys.
Reason 3: Substantially interfered with my reasonable enjoyment of the rental unit or complex or
with the reasonable enjoyment of a member of my household.
Reason 4: Harassed, coerced, obstructed, threatened or interfered with me.
Reason 5: Withheld or interfered with my:
vital services, which are heat from September 1 to June 15, fuel, electricity, gas, hot or
cold water,
care services and meals in my care home.
My landlord
Reason 6: Did not give me 72 hours to remove my property from the rental unit or from someplace
close to it, after the Sheriff evicted me.
You can apply for remedies 2, 3, 5, 8, 10 and remedy 11 in Part 3.
Reason 7: Did not give me a written tenancy agreement for my care home unit, or gave me
an agreement that did not include information about my care services and meals and/or
the charges we agreed I would pay for them.
If you are applying for reason 7, the only remedy you can select in Part 3 is remedy 1.
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Application about Tenant Rights
FORM T2
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Explaining your Reasons
List the number of each reason you chose on page 3. Then describe in the box below the events that led you
to apply to the Board.
What happened?
What were the dates and times of the events?
Who caused the problem?
What were the names and titles (such as superintendent) of all the people involved?
Reason #
Describe in Detail
Attach more sheets if necessary.
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