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Registering a tenancy is very simple and enables tenants and landlords to access all of the RTB services. All landlords, including AHBs and SSA, must register their tenancies.
Registering a tenancy is quick and easy. A tenancy can be registered online or by post.
Taking effect from 4 April 2022, a landlord is obliged to to register a tenancy every year on the anniversary of the date that tenancy began for so long as the tenancy exists.
This section explains the costs of registering a tenancy and methods of payment
From time to time there may be changes in relation to a tenancy that has been registered with the RTB
Registration rules vary for Student Specific Accommodation.
The registration of tenancies enables the RTB to collect important data on the rental sector. It is also a key part of regulating and supporting the sector and ensuring that landlords and tenants are aware of their rights and responsibilities
The published register lists the addresses of all tenancies registered with the RTB
The RTB shares and receives information with a number of sources including the Department of Social Protection, local authorities, the Revenue Commissioners, and members of the public
The RTB's public register of tenancies enables us to collect important data on the sector