Lease a house, apartment, condo or mobile home lot to a tenant with these easy Alberta Residential Tenancy Forms. Fixed term leases and monthly tenancy agreements available.
Q. My tenant is moving out at the end of the month. What time does he have to be out by?
A. Unless you and your tenant have agreed to a different time, the tenancy ends at 12:00 noon.
Q. Can my landlord evict me in the winter?
A. Yes. There is nothing in the Alberta Residential Tenancies Act that prohibits a landlord from evicting a tenant, no matter what time of year it is.
Q. Do I have to pay the tenant interest on the security deposit?
A. Yes. Security deposits must be deposited in an interest-bearing trust account no later than 2 days after the landlord receives the money. Interest must be paid to the tenant each year during the term of the tenancy.
AB landlords, allow your tenant to make alterations to the rental premises with this Alberta Agreement for Tenant Alterations to Rental Unit.
The tenant must use only the materials and procedures set out in the agreement.
The tenant confirms that s/he is not acting as an employee of the landlord.
The tenant waives all claims against the landlord for injury, loss or damage suffered as a result of the work.
The agreement contains alternate provisions as to who will own the alterations at the end of the tenancy, depending on whether the alterations are removable.
The landlord will reimburse the tenant for materials and labour, up to a maximum number of hours. Reimbursement will either be made by direct payment to the tenant, or by setting it off against the tenant's rent.
This Alberta Agreement for Tenant Alterations to Rental Unit is provided in MS Word format, and is fully editable to fit your circumstances.
Alberta landlords, lease a house, apartment, or basement suite to a tenant with this Fixed Term Residential Lease (Tenancy Agreement).
This lease is for a fixed term (a period of time specified in the Agreement such as 6 months, 1 year, etc.) and is written in accordance with the provincial Residential Tenancies Act. The Tenancy Agreement contains standard provisions such as:
payment and disposition of the security deposit;
the tenant's obligations to maintain and protect the leased premises from damage and not permit illegal or dangerous activities;
the landlord's obligation to allow the tenant quiet possession so long as the tenant is not in default;
termination of the lease by either party;
the tenancy reverts to a month to month tenancy if the lease is not renewed at the end of the initial term.
The agreement includes a Premises Inspection Report to be completed at the beginning and end of the tenancy, and a Receipt for Rent form.
This Alberta Fixed Term Residential Lease (Tenancy Agreement) is provided in MS Word format, and is fully editable to meet your needs. Revised 07/2010.
LANDLORDS TAKE NOTE: This Tenancy Agreement CANNOT be used for a mobile home site rental, vacation property rental, or to rent accommodation attached to a business premises, living quarters in a landlord's residence, or dormitory rooms.
Get your landlord's consent to assign your lease or sublet your rental unit for the rest of the lease term with this Alberta Permission Agreement to Sublet or Assign Lease.
The new tenant must meet the landlord's requirements, and the landlord must give its written approval of the new tenant.
The form contains clauses for either an assignment of the lease or a sublease of the premises.
The landlord has the option to hold the existing tenant responsible for performing the tenant's obligations until the end of the lease term, or alternatively, to release the tenant from all obligations under the lease once a new tenant is approved.
This Alberta Permission Agreement to Sublet or Assign Lease is available as a downloadable and fully editable MS Word template.