(0) items
You have no items in your shopping cart.
All Categories

    Alberta Purchaser's Caveat


    File a caveat to protect your interest under a purchase agreement for Alberta land with this free Form 26.

    • As the purchaser of a property, you have an interest in the property and can file a caveat under the Alberta Land Titles Act.
    • The form includes the required Form 27 Affidavit in support.
    • This template includes the appropriate wording for registering a purchaser's interest pursuant to a purchase agreement between the caveator and the owner of the property.

    Alberta Purchaser's Caveat, Land Titles Form 26 available in MS Word format.

    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    Last Updated: 15-July-2016
    SKU: 3036
    Customers who bought this item also bought

    Alberta Dower Act Forms


    When selling real estate in Alberta, you must provide Dower Act Forms with your transfer documents. This package contains:

    1. a Dower Affidavit,
    2. Consent of Spouse and Certificate of Acknowledgement by Spouse, and
    3. Affidavit of Executor or Administrator.
    These forms must be attached to any instrument (such as a transfer of land) disposing of a principal residence in order to fulfill the requirements of the Dower Act with respect to spousal consent to the disposition of the matrimonial homestead.

    Alberta Dower Act Requirements Forms, provided as a free download by Alberta Land Titles.

    Alberta Transfer of Land


    When selling real estate in Alberta, you must convey the title to the new owner by registering this Transfer of Land form with an Alberta Registry Office.

    • The form must be completed and signed where indicated by the seller and the buyer, and submitted for filing with the appropriate fees.
    • The form includes an Affidavit of Execution, Dower Act requirements, and Affidavit of Value.
    • This form is in MS Word format and can be completed either by hand or on a computer.

    Land Titles Form 8 Transfer of Land is a free MS Word download from the Province of Alberta. Updated 02/08.

    Alberta Quit Claim Deed