July 21, 2015
Most common Landlord and Tenant Board applications can now be filed online

Landlords and tenants across Ontario can now file the most common Landlord and Tenant Board (LTB) applications online, anytime from anywhere.

The e-file tool guides users through a series of steps, and then generates an application. Landlords and tenants can also pay their fees online and schedule the first available hearing date.

Four common application types can be e-filed – two for landlords and two for tenants, which together account for 80% of all applications received at the LTB.

LTB e-File is one more way for tenants and landlords to submit applications. Paper applications can still be mailed, faxed or dropped off at one of the eight LTB offices or personally delivered to more than 60 ServiceOntario locations across the province.

The two applications that tenants can file online are:

  • T2: Application about Tenant Rights
  • T6: Tenant Application about Maintenance

The two applications that landlords can file online are:

  • L1: Application to Evict a Tenant for Non-payment of Rent and to Collect Rent the Tenant Owes
  • L2: Application to End a Tenancy and Evict a Tenant

The LTB receives more than 80,000 applications a year.

Landlord and Tenant Board e-File is one way Social Justice Tribunals Ontario is delivering on its commitment to provide fair, effective, timely and accessible dispute resolution.