Which form to use for deemed disposition upon change in use from personal to rental property?

Change of use from principal residence to rental in 2016. Though I will need to report Income and Expenses (without CCA), which form do I use to report FMV as of date of Change Of Use while filing return for the year 2016? I believe Form 2091 is reporting Capital Gain when the Rental Property is sold. Any help will be appreciated. 


I believe you would use Sched3 page 2 and report the disposition at FMV.  You would only use T2091 if the home did not the principal residence for all years prior to the change in use.

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