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Talk to him about it. The rental market is so soft right now that he can likely find something cheaper and/or with incentives versus your place.

I was in the same boat and told my renter I'd like to sell the house and if he was able to find a new place I'd be lenient and give him a week to move stuff across for free n shit. He found a condo and moved out this week.



I tried - He wont. He has kids and too many 'commitments' in the area apparently. I guess I'm stuck

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Is it the landlord or tenants responsibility to pick up keys after the condo board has used them to enter the unit?

Our stupid condo management companies office is way down south and I refuse to go pick it up since they won't leave it under the door or in the mailbox and their hours are like 9-4 monday - friday. Currently arguing with the landlord.

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Is it the landlord or tenants responsibility to pick up keys after the condo board has used them to enter the unit?

Our stupid condo management companies office is way down south and I refuse to go pick it up since they won't leave it under the door or in the mailbox and their hours are like 9-4 monday - friday. Currently arguing with the landlord.



You want the landlord to drive down south, pick up the keys and then drive them to you in the evening? Come on man....

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My friend is the landlord. Was trying to get an opinion without that tidbit haha.

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About to list my place for rental, and trying to make sure I have all my ducks in a row. I've setup a policy on the place, and I know around what I would want to rent it out for.

I've had the place cleaned, and I went and took some pictures of the place.

For the deposit (if I even find a renter) would TD/RBC/ETC be able to open an account for me that's separate from all my other stuff? Do they have accounts specifically for this?

I looked over the generic Residential Tenancy Agreement, and it looks like it'll fill my needs pretty well.

https://www.alberta-mortgages.com/p...ial%20Lease.pdf

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Just going to throw this out there, hoping it doesn't cause someone else the headache I went through...

Disclaimer: this is some-what a dick move on my part, and not my normal practice, but work events led it this way.

Was in a lease, living in Edson, Alberta (middle of nowhere) for work. After my lease expired, my landlord agreed to let me rent month to month (as I had anticipations to transfer out of Edson), and knew it would be on rather last minute notice.

I found out on the last day of February 2016, and needed to be out of Edson by the end of March. So i called my landlord first thing in the morning on March 1.
- back and forth, she wanted me to pay for April as well, given that I had not given enough notice.

Back and forth with landlord and tenancy board, legislation is worded that a months notice is the day of the last month or any time prior.

So an FYI, you can give a months notice on the first day of the last month you plan on renting somewhere....

Like i said prior, I wouldn't recommend making this a common practice, but sometimes life throws your curve balls you gotta deal with, and would likely rather not get screwed in the process.

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