The Residential Tenancy Branch (RTB) provides landlords and tenants with information and dispute resolution services, guided by British Columbia's Residential Tenancy Act and Manufactured Home Park Tenancy Act. The RTB provides resources to help individuals know their rights and responsibilities as both landlord and tenant.
The CRT is an independent, quasi-judicial online tribunal that is different from the traditional courtroom model. Offers an accessible, affordable way to resolve many types of civil law disputes, including disputes between roommates and within stratas, without needing a lawyer or attending court.
A Property Assessment Review Panel or PARP is the first level of appeal for property assessments in British Columbia.
Ensures that property assessments reflect actual (market) value and are applied consistently within a municipality or rural area
The second level of appeal for property assessments in BC.
The Community Care and Assisted Living Appeal Board (CCALAB) is a tribunal created under the Community Care and Assisted Living Act to hear and decide appeals from licensing, registration and certification decisions about community care facilities, assisted living residences and early childhood educators.
The Building Code Appeal Board reviews appeals of local authority decisions related to building regulations. You can submit an appeal to the board for review.