Terminate the tenancy of a mobile home park tenant with this Alberta Landlord's Notice to Tenant - 24 Hours Notice of Termination (Mobile Home).
The landlord can terminate the tenancy on 24 hours notice under section 33 of the Mobile Home Sites Tenancies Act of Alberta if the tenant has:
caused significant damage to the mobile home site, the common areas or the park, or
physically assaulted the landlord or other park tenants.
The Alberta Notice to Tenant - 24 Hour Notice of Termination (Mobile Home) is a downloadable legal form which includes a Proof of Service form, to record the details of how the Notice was served on the tenant.
Use this Alberta Notice by Landlord of Termination of Periodic Tenancy form to terminate the rental agreement for a mobile home site.
The landlord can only terminate the tenancy for one of the reasons prescribed by the Mobile Home Sites Tenancies Act.
The Notice includes a Service of Notice form, so you can record how you served the Notice on the tenant.
The form can be re-used as often as you like.
Before you can remove the tenant, you must serve them with the Alberta Notice by Landlord of Termination of Periodic Tenancy (Mobile Home). Get your copy and follow the service procedure set out in the Act.
Are you renting a mobile home site in Alberta? If you need to terminate your periodic tenancy, first you have to serve your landlord with this Notice by Tenant of Termination of Periodic Tenancy.
The form includes a section of the Mobile Home Sites Tenancies Act explaining the notice periods for monthly and yearly tenancies, and what happens if the Notice was not served on the landlord in time.
The digital file also includes a Service of Notice form, to record how you served the Notice on the landlord.
If you terminate your tenancy without giving proper notice, you can be liable for damages. Don't let that happen - download the Alberta Notice by Tenant of Termination of Periodic Tenancy (Mobile Home) and make sure you serve it in time.