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A Landlord’s Claims for Compensation at the End of a Residential Tenancy: A Repost from ABLAWG

A recent blog post from ABblawg.ca provides helpful comments on the written decision of the Alberta Provincial Court in the residential tenancy matter of Barry v Navratil, 2019 ABPC 229 (CanLII). The decision and its commentary are particularly welcome given the dearth … Continue reading

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Are Residential Tenancy Agreements Binding Contracts Before the Tenancies Commence? A Case Comment on Adam v HomeEd

By: Ryan Magh and Sarah Eadie Tenancies of residential premises are governed by the provisions of the Residential Tenancies Act[1] (“RTA”). In Alberta, landlords and tenants often assume that those provisions do not fully govern their relationship until the tenant … Continue reading

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Economic Evictions in a Residential Tenancy

Economic Evictions in a Residential Tenancy Case commented on: Oneka Land Company Ltd v Mouyadine Nur, RTDRS Case No. E-18-61728, September 17, 2018, unreported (“Oneka”) The 2014 Court of Queen’s Bench Master’s decision Milner’s Aloha Mobile Home Park (1998) Ltd … Continue reading

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