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Alberta Fixed Term Residential Tenancy Agreement

Alberta landlords, rent out a house, apartment, or basement suite to a tenant with this Fixed Term Residential Tenancy Agreement.

This lease is for a fixed term (a period of time specified in the Agreement such as 6 months, 1 year, etc.) and is written in accordance with the provincial Residential Tenancies Act. The Tenancy Agreement contains standard provisions such as:
  • payment and disposition of the security deposit;
  • the tenant's obligations to maintain and protect the premises from damage and not permit illegal or dangerous activities;
  • the landlord's obligation to allow the tenant quiet possession when not in default;
  • termination of the lease by either party;
  • rental increases;
  • tenant improvements;
  • the tenancy reverts to a month to month tenancy if the lease is not renewed at the end of the initial term.
The file includes a Premises Inspection Report to be completed at the beginning and end of the tenancy, and a Receipt for Rent form.

LANDLORDS TAKE NOTE: This lease CANNOT be used to rent a mobile home site, vacation property, or living quarters in a landlord's residence.

This Alberta Fixed Term Residential Tenancy Agreement is provided in MS Word format, and is fully editable to meet your needs.

Download: Alberta Fixed Term Residential Tenancy Agreement

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