Note that you can track the progress of your case on the Tribunal administratif du logement website by clicking Follow-up
of a file.
After filing the application with the Tribunal administratif du logement, you must notify a copy to each party. Unless
the application only concerns the setting of the rent, it must be notified together with the supporting exhibits or a list of
such exhibits stating that they are available on request. Proof of notification must be filed with the Tribunal within 45 days
of filing the application.
If proof of notification is not filed within this deadline, the application will expire and the Tribunal will close the case. Clearly
indicate on each document the record number(s) and the names of the parties concerned.
Proof of notification and a list of the exhibits supporting the application must be filed with the Tribunal. The
Tribunal may refuse to convene the parties to a hearing until these documents are filed.
On the day of the hearing, you must bring the exhibits supporting your application, as well as copies for the other
parties if they did not receive copies or did not request them before the hearing.
The exhibits should only be filed with the Tribunal on the day of the hearing, unless you are required to file them
in advance of a videoconference.
The “List of exhibits” form allows a party to identify the exhibits they intend to file to prove the validity of their application.
These exhibits must be accessible, on request and at no cost, to the other parties to the case.
* Dynamic PDF:
After completing the form, you must print it on 8.5 x 11 paper (215.9 mm x 279.4 mm). Make sure you configure your
printer to this size.
If you complete the form by hand, please print legibly in block letters.
This form is offered as a dynamic PDF that allows the user to complete it on screen after downloading it from