There is no limit to the amount that the landlord can increase the rent. The tenant and landlord may terminate a rental agreement for a variety of reasons, z.B.: If the tenant does not meet these conditions, the landlord has the right to keep all or part of the deposit to cover these costs. If the costs exceed the deposit, the owner can take legal action to claim the money owed. This type of judgment requires the tenant to give you possession of the premises until a certain date or in a certain number of days after the order received. In most cases, the tenant will comply with the order. For more information, please see information for tenants and information for landlords. The owner must pay your deposit with interest within 10 days of extracting the property. If the owner does not return your deposit within 10 days, he must provide a written statement justifying that he does not pay the same. If you owe money for rent, cleaning, apartment damage or other premises-related expenses, the landlord will deduct this amount. The lessor must submit a billing sheet indicating how the deductions were spent.

It is a misdemeanor for the owner not to meet these requirements, and there is a fine of up to $5,000 for non-compliance. Contact your local Alberta authorities office if you have not been paid. Disagreements over the deductions made can be resolved by opening a legal action before the Small Court of Damages of the Landesgericht. If the tenant does not evacuate the premises, the lessor will make arrangements and pay a civil authority to enforce the order. When a landlord or tenant is unable to send a notice of termination as noted above, the notification can be sent electronically, provided it results in a printed copy of the communication. An owner cannot charge a fee for consent to sublease. Reference Guide to Tenant and Landlord Law in Alberta (PDF, 805 KB) A tenant or landlord with a dispute related to termination, unpaid rent, surety, damages, repairs or other general disagreements may use the service. The tenant or landlord can contact the Residential Tenancy Dispute Resolution Service (RTDRS). If the landlord does not respond to the request within 14 days, the tenant may consider that the landlord accepts the subletting or transfer. If the rental agreement is written and the tenant signs it and returns it to the landlord, the landlord must give the tenant a copy of the lease with the landlord`s signature within 21 days. If the landlord does not, the tenant can withhold the rent until a signed copy is received. This is the only time the rent law allows a tenant to withhold rent.

If the landlord informs you of a periodic tenancy agreement, the lessor must indicate the written reasons why the tenancy agreement is terminated, indicate the premises, indicate the date on which the tenant must move and indicate the termination period as follows: If the tenant and landlord fail to agree on a dispute , one of them can contact an information officer at the consumer centre. Neither the landlord nor the tenant can be excluded from the tenancy. If the landlord adds or changes locks, a new key must be immediately given to the tenant. If a tenant wishes to add or modify locks to enhance security, they can do so with the owner`s permission. The tenant must give the landlord a new key as soon as the change has taken place. The Consumer Centre provides provincial information and services through free consultation on tenant and landlord issues and consumer protection laws. A landlord can give the tenant at least 24 hours a day notice to terminate the tenancy agreement, if the tenant adds a castle that makes holes in the door or frame, the tenant must leave the lock on site when extracting or repair the damage if the castle is removed. Owners cannot deduct damage or cleaning costs from the deposit if the inspection report does not