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Saskatchewan Residential Tenancy Agreement

Rent a house or apartment in Saskatchewan to a tenant, on a monthly or weekly basis, with this Residential Tenancy Agreement.
  • The tenant will be assessed late fees if the rent is not paid on time.
  • The landlord will give the tenant 3 months notice before a rental increase.
  • The tenant is responsible for keeping windows closed in cold temperatures to prevent freezing of the heat pipes.
  • Pets are not allowed without the landlord's written consent. The landlord has the right to charge extra fees for pets that are allowed.
  • The landlord is not responsible for accident, injury, loss or damage except if caused by the landlord's negligence. The tenant is responsible for carrying his/her own insurance.
  • The landlord and tenant will conduct a joint inspection of the premises at the start and end of the tenancy, and complete the Inspection Checklist & Inventory Report included with the Agreement.
  • The file includes a set of Statutory Conditions required by the Residential Tenancies Act.
  • Also included is a sample set of Building Rules for apartment buildings.
This Saskatchewan Residential Tenancy Agreement is provided in MS Word format, and is fully editable to fit your specific circumstances.

Download: Saskatchewan Residential Tenancy Agreement

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