As of March 25, 2023, the provisions adopted under Bill 67 allow Quebecers to rent out their principal residence on a short-term basis throughout the province without the need for a municipal by-law to prohibit its operation.
Municipalities may, however, subject to an appropriate referendum process under the Tourist Accommodation Act, prohibit or limit the provision of tourist accommodation in a principal residence in certain areas of their territory.
For this reason, a completed and signed Municipal Compliance Notice continues to be required by law and must accompany any application for registration of a principal residence establishment.
If you have this document on hand and it has been completed and signed by the competent authority (municipality, borough or regional county municipality), you can proceed with the registration of your establishment by completing the following form:
Open a file for a Principal Residence Establishment