The Alberta Eviction Process - Evicting a tenant


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The Alberta Eviction Process - Evicting a tenant

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Landlords may also request an Order of Possession when a tenant gives proper notice to move out, or at the end of a fixed-term tenancy that requires the tenant to move out. An Order of Possession is a legal order that requires the tenant to vacate the property by a certain date, often as soon as 48 hours later. check to learn more.

Eviction Notice Forms | Notice to Quit | Process and Laws

An eviction notice is a letter sent by a property owner, commonly known as the “landlord” or “lessor”, to the tenant of their property for a violation of the leased premise. Most notices are served due to a tenant’s failure to pay rent on-time or not paying rent in full on the due-date. check to learn more.

What Is a Retaliatory Eviction?

A retaliatory eviction occurs when a landlord attempts to evict a tenant after the tenant has taken an action that bothers the landlord in some way. The tenant may have complained about maintenance issues or even attempted to organize the other tenants in the property. check to learn more.

How to Evict a Tenant – The Eviction Process in 8 Easy Steps

Eviction seems harsh, but it’s the business of rental properties. If a tenant can’t pay, you have to remove them from your property.  Sometimes, it’s as simple as asking them to leave.  Other times, you will have to go through the formal eviction process. check to learn more.

Eviction Forms

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