Tenancy Laws

Tenancy Laws

Service Alberta oversees and enforces the laws that set out the rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenants in Alberta. Changes to the Residential Tenancies Act and Mobile Home Sites Tenancies Act affect rent increases and the the amount of notice landlords must provide. The changes are retroactive to April 24, 2007.
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Jarek BucholcJarek Bucholc   November 30, 2007   3646   0   0   0   0   0
Laws for Landlords and Tenants in Alberta (external site) (Source: Legal Resource Centre) Reference Guide to Landlord and Tenant Law in Alberta (external site) (Source: Legal Studies Program, University of Alberta) Also see External Links
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Jarek BucholcJarek Bucholc   November 30, 2007   6148   0   0   0   0   0
Service Alberta has tipsheets for landlords and tenants and mobile home sites in Alberta. Another popular resource is the Voluntary Code of Practice.
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Jarek BucholcJarek Bucholc   November 30, 2007   5300   0   0   0   0   0
If someone wants to live in a condominium unit they are buying or does not want a tenant still living there, they must request in writing that the seller issue the three month termination notice to the tenant, as a condition of the sale.
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Jarek BucholcJarek Bucholc   November 30, 2007   5868   0   0   0   0   0
Periodic tenants have to be given a full year’s notice to end the tenancy and rent cannot be increased during the year.
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Jarek BucholcJarek Bucholc   November 30, 2007   4562   0   0   0   0   0
Periodic tenants have to be given a full year’s notice to end the tenancy and rent cannot be increased during the year.
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Jarek BucholcJarek Bucholc   November 30, 2007   3933   0   0   0   0   0
The landlord and tenant agree to the amount of rent when they negotiate the terms of the fixed term tenancy agreement. Rent cannot be increased unless 365 days pass since a tenant moved in or since the last rent increase, whichever is later. If the 365th day is during the current fixed term tenancy agreement, rent cannot be increased until that tenancy agreement ends.
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Jarek BucholcJarek Bucholc   November 30, 2007   4684   0   0   0   0   0
At least 180 days written notice for periodic (month-to-month) tenancies.
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At least three months’ written notice for periodic (month-to-month) tenancies.
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Jarek BucholcJarek Bucholc   November 30, 2007   4715   0   0   0   0   0
The rent will increase as per the notice if the tenant continues to rent the premises and as long as there has not been an increase within the previous 365 days or the start of the tenancy, whichever is later. If the rent was increased within the past year, rent cannot be increased again until a year after that increase became effective. At least three months’ written notice must be given to a tenant to increase the rent for a periodic tenancy.
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Jarek BucholcJarek Bucholc   November 30, 2007   3808   0   0   0   0   0
As of April 24, 2007, landlords can only raise rent once a year.
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Jarek BucholcJarek Bucholc   November 30, 2007   6847   0   0   0   0   0
No. The legislation does not include any rental caps.
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Jarek BucholcJarek Bucholc   November 29, 2007   4629   0   0   0   0   1
Rent increases are limited to once per year.
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