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== TRAC Tenant Resource & Advisory Centre ==
 
== TRAC Tenant Resource & Advisory Centre ==
*Provides tenants with legal education and information  
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*TRAC provides legal education and information online, by phone, and by workshop.
*Provides free representation to tenants at dispute resolution hearings in limited circumstances
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*TRAC’s website hosts a variety of education materials on tenancy and tenant’s rights. If you cannot find the answers you need on their website, you can call their Tenant Infoline.
*No income cutoff, priority to those who cannot afford a lawyer
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*For eligible clients, TRAC offers direct advocacy by negotiating resolutions with problem landlords or providing representation at Residential Tenancy Branch dispute resolution hearings. TRAC does not provide a drop-in service to the public.
*Lower Mainland only
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== Residential Tenancy Branch ==
 
== Residential Tenancy Branch ==
Provides landlord and tenants with information and dispute resolution services
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Latest revision as of 14:01, 4 August 2021

This information applies to British Columbia, Canada. Last reviewed for legal accuracy by the Law Students' Legal Advice Program on August 4, 2021.



TRAC Tenant Resource & Advisory Centre[edit]

  • TRAC provides legal education and information online, by phone, and by workshop.
  • TRAC’s website hosts a variety of education materials on tenancy and tenant’s rights. If you cannot find the answers you need on their website, you can call their Tenant Infoline.
  • For eligible clients, TRAC offers direct advocacy by negotiating resolutions with problem landlords or providing representation at Residential Tenancy Branch dispute resolution hearings. TRAC does not provide a drop-in service to the public.


Online www.tenants.bc.ca
Phone 604-255-0546
Toll-Free: 1-800-665-1185


Residential Tenancy Branch[edit]

  • Provides landlord and tenants with information and dispute resolution services
Online www.rto.gov.bc.ca
Phone 604-660-1020
Toll-Free: 1-800-665-8779



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