Evicting a tenant can be stressful, however the actual eviction process in Alberta isn’t that difficult. Reading this article will give you an idea of where to start and what your options are.
If you haven’t grabbed the walkthrough of the basic steps of an eviction yet, you can find it on the right side of […]
Evicting A Tenant In Alberta
How do I evict a tenant? Where do I begin and how fast can I get the tenant out? These are three of the most common questions I see from landlords here in Alberta and fortunately I have some answers for you here.
To get started, first we need to […]
Alberta Eviction Notices
The typical first step for landlords to deal with problem tenants is to give them an eviction notice. The problem though is where to find one? You could always resort to a Google search, in fact that’s how many of my visitors initially land on this site.
What I find most […]
How Can I Evict a Tenant?
It’s one of a landlords worst nightmares, evicting a tenant. If it’s your first time going through a tenant eviction, there are so many questions you need answered, yet it’s tough to find those answers.
You know what you want, to get the tenant out of your property […]Continue Reading →
You’ve given your tenant a 14 day eviction notice or the tenants fixed term lease is coming to an end and you suddenly discover your tenant has no intent of moving out, now what? You’re being held hostage at this point by what is known as overholding tenants.
The Residential Tenancy Act refers […]Continue Reading →
Credit Reporting And Tenant Verification Services
Screening tenants is your absolute best technique for reducing potential problems with tenants and part of […]Continue Reading →
Resolving Landlord Tenant Issues With the RTDRS
The RTDRS is a service that helps both landlords and tenants resolve disputes. The full name of the service, The Residential Tenancy Dispute Resolution Service gives us an indication of this, but it never truly explains what or who can use the RTDRS.
At it’s essence the RTDRS, simply helps […]Continue Reading →
If you are evicting a tenant in Alberta there have been some changes that occurred starting October 1st, 2011. The changes do not affect the tenant eviction process, but more so the enforcement of how an eviction in Alberta takes place.
It also creates more of a disparity between a landlord being awarded an Unconditional […]Continue Reading →
Foster and Company Eviction Service Company, Process Servers
In an effort to help provide landlords with as much information as possible and as many options as I can when it comes to evicting a problem tenant, I met with Melissa Costea of Foster and Company to get some insights on what services they […]Continue Reading →