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    Alberta Certificate of Substantial Performance


    Prepare your Certificate of Substantial Performance for work or materials on a construction project with this downloadable template form.

    • The Certificate is made by the general contractor on the project, pursuant to Sections 19 and 20 of the Builders' Lien Act of Alberta.
    • The Certificate must be provided to the owner in order for the lien holdback funds to be released.
    • Revised November 2011.

    Protect your lien rights. Download the Alberta Certificate of Substantial Performance form today.

    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    Last Updated: 12-December-2019
    SKU: 3061
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    When a commercial tenant has finished its leasehold improvements, ask the tenant to complete a Statutory Declaration of Completion of Leasehold Improvements.

    The Statutory Declaration attests:
    • that the tenant's leasehold improvements have been completed,
    • that there are no outstanding construction liens,
    • that neither the lease nor the premises or contents thereof have been used as collateral security to secure a loan.
    This Alberta Statutory Declaration of Completion of Leasehold Improvements is available in MS Word format, and is easy to download, fill in and print.

    Roofing Contract - Residential


    Write up a customer contract for a residential roofing job with this customizable Roofing Contract template.

    • Materials.The roofing contractor agrees to provide all materials, labor, tools, equipment and supervision required for the job.
    • Contract Price. Payment of the contract price (less holdbacks) will be made in installments, with the balance due on completion.
    • Change Orders. A signed change order is required for any alterations to the work specified.
    • Job Safety. The roofing contractor is responsible for cleanup and for job site safety.
    • Site Access. The home owner is responsible for providing utilities, toilets and access to the site.
    • Warranty. The contractor agrees to warranty the work and correct any defects due to materials and workmanship for a specified period, and to pass on to the home owner any manufacturer's or supplier's warranties.
    • Insurance. The roofing contractor is responsible for maintaining adequate insurance during the project.
    This Residential Roofing Contract template is available as a Microsoft Word document which can be easily customized with your business logo and contact information.