“Domestic Violence Toolkit for Landlords” This Kit has been designed for landlords, property managers and anyone else who works on-site or has access to residential rental units.
Thinking of co-signing a lease for a friend or relative? Who pays for utilities? Can you ask your landlord to lower your rent? We have the answers to these questions and more. Check out our newest FAQs here: Now that recreational cannabis is legal in Canada, can landlords still restrict its use in rental properties? […]
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Renting and Domestic Violence: Ending Your Lease Early CPLEA has developed a tipsheet on the new amendments to the Alberta Residential Tenancies Act that allow for victims of domestic violence to break a lease early, without financial penalty, if their home is unsafe. You can download the publication for free at CPLEA’s publication page (click on […]
Is another tenant living in your building driving you crazy? Are they making excessive noise? Leaving garbage out in the hallway? Are they dumping dirty water or flicking cigarette butts onto your balcony? For many renters, living alongside people who they may or may not get along with is a Read the full article
Tenants cannot withhold rent for any reason.
If a tenant wants to sublet, they must request their landlord’s permission in writing. The landlord has 14 days to respond.
Landlords can charge non-refundable pet fees.
Tenants cannot have pets unless their landlord gives them permission.
Landlords must usually provide 24 hours notice to enter the property.