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Alberta Residential Tenancy Agreements

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12. MAINTENANCE COSTS: The tenant pays for the repair of clogged toilets, sinks and sewers, as well as replacement costs for all windows and screens broken by the tenant or his guests. The tenant is responsible for replacing light bulbs, fluorescent tubes and fuses on their premises, broken toilet seats and other damaged objects. The tenant is responsible for damage caused by damage caused by windows and doors that are left unresolved in case of bad weather, including the cost of repairing frozen pipes and repair and cleaning costs for damage caused by defective pipes. The tenant is also liable for damage caused by the tenant`s negligence, z.B.: careless smoking, cooking, etc. The tenant undertakes to immediately report to the lessor any damage that may occur on the premises throughout the lease. The tenant is responsible for keeping all sidewalks of the property without snow. The tenant must keep the lawn relatively short on the land, water it if necessary and prevent the growth and spread of all land. All damage to the lawn, whether dead, weed, etc.

during the lease, is paid for by the tenant. Either the landlord or tenant can end a periodic rent by termination. Most periodic leases are month-to-month, but can also be done from week to week or year after year. 3. RENT: The rent is “O” per month and is due and payable with reissued cheques for each month of the agreed lease. All cheques are payable to Alberta Edge Real Estate Inc. All cheques must be received before the withdrawal date (or date of demance). The date on rental cheques is the 25th of the month before the month in which the rent is paid. If two or more people understand the tenant for the purpose of this rent, the landlord may recover the rent of the landlord under this tenancy agreement from one, some or all of them; and their obligations under this Regulation are both in solidarity and multiple. 8. DEPOSIT: The tenant agrees to pay the lessor a security deposit equal to – It is agreed between the tenant and the landlord that the interest on the deposit will be paid each year and paid to the tenant at the end of the lease. The lessor can deduct from the deposit all the sums that the lessor appears to pay: a) The lessor can terminate the tenancy agreement by providing written notice to the tenant on the day or before the last day of the lease to take effect on the last day of the third consecutive month clear after the date of notification of the termination.

(I) to evacuate and leave the premises and repair them after the lease has expired or ended; A temporary rent starts and ends on certain dates. The law on rental housing is always enforced through any agreement that landlords and tenants take on their own. If the law is silent on a particular subject, landlords and tenants can accept something as long as it is not illegal. For example, the lease will generally include conditions to determine whether pets are admitted, which is not covered by law. Owners and tenants are free to enter into their own pet agreements. 2. TERM: This contract is valid for a limited period beginning on the first day of the 12:00 p.m. on the last day of________,201, and will not be communicated by the lessor or the tenant that the lease will be terminated at the end of the fixed term. Leases generally contain conditions of the Housing Act. For example, leases often contain information about when and why it is possible to inform about the termination of a rental agreement, which is a legal matter.

(a) The lessor may terminate the tenancy agreement by providing a written termination of the tenant to or before the 90th day before the last day of a TENANCY year. For example, a landlord and tenant may agree that the 2-year fixed tenancy agreement applies from January 1, 2012 to December 31, 2013.