These include a standard rental agreement, notices of rent increases, a reference to entry into the premises and much more. A lease is a legal-grade contract between tenants and landlords, for which there is no cooling-off period. The Northwest Territories Department of Justice has developed a useful guide to leases, which contains interesting information for landlords and tenants. The guide also contains several templates such as a rental agreement, an inspection form, and a request to a rental representative. This official Manitoba lease is free for all MB owners, but is only legally usable in the province of Manitoba. Highly flexible and secure online forms can be filled out, printed and stored by the owner. They have automatic calculations that make them easier to use. Landlords and tenants can use our Form 1 – Residential Tenancy Agreement (Word, 1.5MB). Please note that forms N1 (Notice of Rent Increase), N2 (Notice of Rent Increase for Unit Partial Exempt) and N4 (Notice to End a Tenancy Early for Non-Payment of Rent) can be completed directly on the Building Stack platform. All the forms you need as a landlord in Manitoba, including rentals, notices of rent increase and eviction notices, are available here. Most of them are printable documents, but you will find some of them in digital form. In brief:Renting an apartmentNotifying the rent increase and modifying another condition of the rental agreement The Quebec rental form is available in most bookstores and office supply stores as well as on the Publications Québec website.