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Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta (CPLEA) Resources
Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta has produced multiple free resources on landlord and tenant issues. These publications can be downloaded for free by clicking below. Select publications may be available in print from our Publications store.
8 Rules for Smart Landlords in Alberta
8 Rules for Smart Renters in Alberta
NEW Abandoned Goods
After the Fire for Landlords & Tenants in Alberta
After the Flood for Landlords & Tenants in Alberta
NEW Death of Tenant
Eviction Notices under Alberta’s Residential Tenancies Act
Foreclosure for Landlords and Tenants
If You Have A Problem While Renting
If Your Employment Ends: Laws for Tenants in Alberta
Living With Your Landlord Agreement (Sample Form)
Pet Agreement for Rental Properties (Sample Form)
Pet Resume for Rental Properties (Sample)
Renting 101: A Guide to Renting in Alberta
NEW Renting Basics: Easy read guide to renting in Alberta
Renting a Condominium – see also Condo Law for Albertans
NEW Renting and Domestic Violence: Ending Your Lease Early
Renting Out Your Condo: Six Things You Need to Know – see also Condo Law for Albertans
Renting Out a Room in Your Home
Renting With A Pet Tipsheet
Roommate Agreement (Illustrated) (Sample Form)
Roommate Agreement (Sample Form)
Safety and Security for Landlords
Safety and Security for Tenants
NEW Shared Accommodation
What You Need to Know if …. the Place You Are Renting Is Sold
What you Need to Know About … Renting With A Pet
Your rights when renting: Human rights in Alberta: A resource series funded by the Human Rights Education and Multiculturalism Fund.
See a complete list of CPLEA’s publications.
Articles & Blog Posts
Can a landlord charge a tenant for renovations?
Co-tenants and co-responsibilities
Domestic violence, renting, and the law
Five things every tenant should know
Getting your security deposit back
Having Problems with another Tenant?
Here are Some Things to Consider Before you Host your Holiday Party
I’ve been good. Can my landlord make me move?
Living with your landlord
Protecting your personal information when you rent
Renting in Canada
Renting with a Pet
Renting Out Your Condo: Six Facts You Need to Know
Shared Accommodation Problems: What Can A Tenant Do?
Tenant Move-Outs: Cleaning and Security Deposit Deductions
What is an offence under provincial renting laws?
What should you do if you get an eviction notice?
Resources for Landlords
Landlord Associations in Alberta
- Alberta Residential Landlord Association (located in Edmonton)
- Calgary Residential Rental Association
NEW – if you are a landlord or tenant impacted by the Fort McMurray wildfires, the following resources are available:
- Information for Landlords and Tenants (Service Alberta)
- After the Fire for Landlords and Tenants (CPLEA)
- Fort McMurray & the Wood Buffalo Region wildfire recovery (Government of Alberta)
- Legal Fact Sheets and Resources for Fort McMurray Evacuees (Pro Bono Law Alberta)
If you are looking for housing, the Capital Region Housing Corporation, Alberta Residential Landlord Association, the City of Edmonton, and Yardi Canada Ltd. are pleased to assist the relocation process through the Centralized Housing Registry. Please visit the ‘Rent Cafe’ at the following link: Centralized Housing Registry, visit: http://www.rentcafe.com/canada/fortmcmurraywildfires
Page Last Updated: January 2017