Alberta Condominium Tenancy Agreement
Before you can rent your condo unit to a tenant, you'll need a good standard-form Tenancy Agreement.
- The rental agreement is governed by the Alberta Residential Tenancies Act and the Condominium Property Act. In the event of a conflict, the Condominium Property Act will apply.
- This agreement contemplates a monthly tenancy, but it can be easily edited for a bi-yearly or yearly tenancy.
- The tenant agrees not to damage the building, the common areas and any other property belonging to the condominium corporation.
- The tenant also agrees to abide by the By-laws and Rules and Regulations governing the building.
- The condo association has the right to take legal action to evict the tenant if the tenant breaches his/her obligations under the Condominium Property Act.
- The unit owner (landlord) must provide the tenant with copies of the by-laws, and comply with its obligations under the By-laws and provincial laws and regulations governing rental of the unit.
- Available as a downloadable and fully editable MS Word template.
- Intended to be used only in the Province of Alberta, Canada.
Last Updated: 04-July-2022