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    Alberta Notice of Termination of Tenancy for Substantial Breach

    $6.29

    If your tenant is in breach of the rental agreement, serve him/her with this Alberta Notice of Termination of Tenancy for Substantial Breach (other than non-payment of rent).

    • The Notice is given in accordance with the Alberta Residential Tenancies Act.
    • The tenant is informed that s/he must vacate the premises by a specified date for the reasons set out in the Notice.
    • A Service of Notice Form is included, to record how the document was served on the tenant.
    • This is a reusable landlord-tenant notice. Pay for the form once, use it as often as you require.
    The Alberta Notice of Termination of Tenancy for Substantial Breach template is downloadable and easy to use.
    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    SKU: 6876
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    Alberta Notice of Termination of Tenancy for Nonpayment of Rent

    $6.29

    AB landlords, if your tenant has failed to pay the rent, serve him/her with this Alberta Notice of Termination of Tenancy for Non-payment of Rent.

    • The Notice is given in accordance with the Alberta Residential Tenancies Act.
    • The tenant must vacate the premises by a specified date unless the rent arrears are paid on or before that date.
    • A Service of Notice Form is included, to record the details of the method of service.
    • This is a reusable legal form which can be used as often as you require. Just fill in the blanks with the appropriate information.

    This Alberta Notice of Termination of Tenancy for Non-payment of Rent template is provided in MS Word format, and can be used for any residential rental premises except for mobile homes.

    Alberta Notice of Termination of Tenancy for Damage or Assault

    $6.29

    Terminate your tenant's tenancy for damage to the premises or threatening behaviour with this Alberta Notice of Termination of Tenancy for Damage or Assault.

    • The Notice is given under Section 30 of the Alberta Residential Tenancies Act.
    • The tenant has 24 hours after the time the Notice is served to vacate the premises.
    • If the tenant fails to vacate, the landlord can make a court application to remove the tenant from the property.
    • The form includes an Affidavit of Personal Service to record the details of how the Notice was served on the tenant.
    This Alberta Notice of Termination of Tenancy for Damage or Assault template is a downloadable and fully editable MS Word form.