Department of Community Services

Residential Tenancies Office

Residential Tenancies Office

If you are experiencing domestic violence, safety is your first priority before working on tenancy issues. Once you are safe, here is information on how to end a tenancy.

Ending a tenancy due to domestic violence  (75 KB) 

Mobile home survey results

The 2016 mobile home survey sought input from mobile home owners, tenants and park owners on various issues relating to pad rental tenancy arrangements in Yukon.

Here are the results:

2016 mobile home survey results - full report  (780 KB)

2016 mobile home survey results - summary report  (530 KB)

Yukon Residential Tenancies Office logoAs of January 1, 2016 the Residential Landlord and Tenant Act has been in force.

Knowing your rights and responsibilities as a landlord or tenant benefits everyone involved. The Yukon Residential Tenancies Office (RTO) provides information on the Residential Landlord and Tenant Act, public education and presentations, and binding dispute resolution when conflict arises.

The Yukon Residential Landlord and Tenant Handbook  (820 KB) provides information about the Residential Landlord and Tenant Act and regulations.

For information on specific topics and RTO forms, please refer to the links on the left side of the page.

To assist landlords and tenants, we also have the security deposit interest calculator.

If you have any questions about residential tenancies in Yukon, please contact the RTO for assistance.