Can I take my landlord to the LTB if they won’t fix something?
Question & AnswerCan I take my landlord to the LTB if they won’t fix something?
1. Fill out the basic information on the Board’s application form
If your landlord will not fix the problem, you can apply to the Board using the Tenant Application about Maintenance – Form T6. You can download and print it from the Board's website. You can also fill in and file the form online (“e-file”).
Housing Law Guided Pathways: Form T6
Fill out tenant application about maintenance or repair problems
Part 1 of the form asks for basic information about you and your landlord, and the address of the rental unit. Your landlord might be a person or a company.
Make sure you identify your landlord correctly. If you are not sure who your landlord is, you can name whoever you make your rent cheques out to. You can also look at a copy of your agreement or any other letters or notices from your landlord.
If the Board does make an against your landlord, you might have a problem enforcing it if the name is not exactly right.