Applying for CRT Dispute Resolution?

To apply for CRT dispute resolution, get started by using the Solution Explorer. It diagnoses your dispute and sends you to the correct application form for your dispute type.

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Once you file an online application for dispute resolution, the forms you need to send to the respondent(s) will be included in the Dispute Notice package the CRT sends you.

All our other forms are available in our online portal. Access them by logging in to your dispute. These forms include asking for directions on how to provide notice, or to add another party to the dispute.

Using our online portal is the fastest way to submit forms. But if you need paper forms, download them below.

Additional Forms

  • Applicants

    If you are considering making an application for CRT dispute resolution, please review the information on starting a dispute.

    First, get started by using the Solution Explorer to find out more about your dispute and possible ways to resolve it. If you still want to apply for dispute resolution, you can do so right from the Solution Explorer, at the end of your exploration.

    You can save time and $25 if you apply online. If you can’t apply online, call 1 844-322-2292 and ask for a paper application form.

    Once you file an online application for dispute resolution, the forms you need to send to the respondent(s) will be included in the Dispute Notice package the CRT sends you.

    Proof of Notice forms show the CRT you provided the other parties with CRT documents. Click to access the paper form for Proof of Notice if the other party is a:

    Submit a Request for Directions on Providing Notice form if you have unsuccessfully tried to deliver a Dispute Notice to a respondent and would like to request an alternate method to deliver the notice or a time extension.

  • Respondents

    You can respond to a dispute using our online portal.

    If you can’t respond online, here are paper forms to respond to a dispute if you are a:

  • Applicants and Respondents

    You can use these forms to make requests or take additional steps in the CRT process.

    • Proof of Notice forms show the CRT you provided the other parties with CRT documents. Is the other party a:
    • Fee Waiver Request (Applicants can request a fee waiver in the payments section of the online intake system. This form is for respondents and multiple applicants only. Please fill out, sign, and return to the CRT.)
    • Representative Request (Applicants can request a representative in the online intake system, or later in the dispute resolution process by using this form. Respondents can also use this form to request a representative at any time. Please fill out, sign, and return to the CRT.)
    • Notice of Objection (For small claims only. Use this form if you disagree with the CRT’s decision in a small claims dispute and would like to appeal the decision to the BC Provincial Court.)
    • Request Cancellation of Decision (for default decisions only). If you are not happy with a CRT default decision, including a decision made when one party was non-compliant with the tribunal process, you can ask the tribunal to cancel the decision by completing this form and paying the fee.
  • Non-parties

    Access to certain information relating to the CRT tribunal decision process is publicly available. CRT decisions can be obtained for free and are posted on our Decisions page.

    Other records and information may be available to non-parties to a dispute subject to CRT policies and procedures on access to records and information in CRT disputes, the CRT Rules and payment of a fee. Use the Public Information Request Form to submit your request.