If you have any questions or inquiries, contact us here!

  • To learn more about the Rent Registry, you can find answers on the About page.

  • If you have questions about your rights as a tenant or if you have questions about the functionality of the Rent Registry website, you can find answers on the My Rights page.

  • If you need personalized help or have questions about your specific case. In that case, close to fifty housing committees and tenants' associations throughout Quebec can answer your questions. The Regroupement des comités logement et associations de locataires du Québec (RCLALQ) lists them on its website.

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Are you experiencing technical difficulties?

How do I correct information about my rent in the Registry?

Suppose you notice any errors related to the rent or the unit. In that case, you can change the information you entered regarding your rent via the confirmation email you will receive following your registration. You will find a link "To modify or delete your rent registration."

If you can't access the confirmation email, please contact us and specify the information you wish to correct.

I can't add a rent.

Make sure you are using an up-to-date browser. If the problem persists, contact us and describe the issue.

I did not receive a confirmation email, and the rent I submitted does not appear.

If you do not receive a confirmation email, you cannot confirm the registration of your rent, and it will not appear in the Registry.

If you do not receive a confirmation email:

  1. Wait a few minutes, and check your junk mail (spam).
  2. The email address you provided might have been erroneous. If so, your rental information still needs to be saved. If the email address is incorrect, the data will be automatically deleted. 

If you believe the email you provided needs to be corrected, you may re-register your rent or contact us.

I need help finding a previous rent for my unit.

Currently, the Rent Registry mainly comprises user (tenants) data.

If you cannot see the previous rent for your unit, it means that the tenant who occupied your unit before you did not add their rent to the Register. 

Want to do a good deed? Registering your rent now will allow future tenants to benefit from the Registry. Please consider submitting your rent to the Registry and help prevent future excessive rent increases.

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