A landlord is entitled to make reasonable rules that may prohibit the use, sale, or distribution of cannabis in a rental unit. These rules must be in writing and brought to the tenant's attention.
A tenant has the right to make an application with the ORT if they believe the rules are unreasonable.
See section 22.1 of The Residential Tenancies Act, 2006.
Have an ORT Hearing? Check out the ‘Preparing for a Hearing’ section on the ‘Settling Disputes and Steps to a Hearing’ page.
For rules on how to resolve a dispute through an ORT hearing, refer to the Rules of Procedure.
The Office of Residential Tenancies can help to provide information about and make decisions regarding:
Information on tenancy agreements that tenants and landlords can use in Saskatchewan and the responsibilities of each party.
Learn about your rights and responsibilities surrounding security deposits as a landlord or tenant.
Find information on rent increases in different situations as well as any fees that may be charged to a tenant in Saskatchewan.
Learn what your rights and responsibilities are as a landlord or tenant when it comes to requesting repairs to a rental property.
Learn about the rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenants if there is an infestation of bed bugs or other pests in a rental property.
Learn when a landlord may enter your rental unit.
Learn about the rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenants during the period of a rental agreement.
Find information on what is required of the landlord and tenant leading up to and following giving notice to end a tenancy.
Learn what a landlord can enforce in a tenancy agreement regarding cleaning and how this may affect a security deposit. You will also find information on how to submit a claim to the Office of Residential Tenancies if there is a disagreement surrounding cleaning and the security deposit.
Information on the responsibilities of landlords and tenants when property is left behind after a tenant vacates.
Information about settling disputes, making claims, limitation periods, serving parties, gathering evidence, preparing for a hearing, and enforcing an order.
Did you know...
A lease or other contract, either written or verbal, is legally binding and can only be changed by mutual agreement of the landlord and tenant, with one exception - a landlord may raise rent on proper notice.
The landlord and tenants may agree to a change of the services provided, for example to install meters to charge for utilities rather than including utilities. If the landlord can not obtain the agreement of tenants to the change, usually by a reduction in rent, the landlord may apply for an order from this Office to allow the change and set the conditions.