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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, including publications, sample forms and articles. These resources can be viewed and/or downloaded for free by clicking the links below (organized by topic). Select publications may be available in print from our Publications store.
NEW RESOURCE: COVID-19: Information for Alberta Landlords and Tenants
Domestic violence, renting, and the law (Article)
Disputes and Ending a Lease
Inspection Reports and Security Deposits
Getting your security deposit back (Article)
Renting in Canada (Article)
Pets and Support Animals
Pet Agreement for Rental Properties (Sample Form)
Pet Resume for Rental Properties (Sample)
Renting with a Pet (Article)
Rights and Responsibilities
Five things every tenant should know (Article)
Roommates and Shared Accommodation (Sublet/Assignment)
Living With Your Landlord Agreement (Sample Form)
Roommate Agreement (Illustrated) (Sample Form)
Roommate Agreement (Sample Form)
Co-tenants and co-responsibilities (Article)
Having Problems with another Tenant? (Article)
Living with your landlord (Article)
Safety and Security
Other Rental or Housing Issues
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 here.
Resources for Landlords
Landlord Associations in Alberta
Alberta Residential Landlord Association (located in Edmonton)
Condo Law for Albertans – information for landlords who are renting their condo units
Property seizures and evictions by civil enforcement agencies (Alberta Courts) This information on the Alberta Courts website explains how to hire an agency to collect on someone’s outstanding debts or evict them if they don’t respond to your court order.
Cannabis in Condos and Rentals – Information for condominium owners, landlords and tenants about cannabis restrictions in condos, apartments and rental homes.
Page Last Updated: February 2020