If you wish to move before the temporary rent expires, you may have to pay rent until the end of the lease. The law requires the landlord to make reasonable efforts to rent the premises, even if you break the lease, but if no tenant is found, you will probably have to pay the rent until the end of the rent. You may be able to find another person you can sublet or allocate your temporary rent. However, you will be held responsible for any breach of rental conditions by the person to whom you sublet or give in. The lessor can only refuse to consent to an assignment if there is sufficient reason to do so. Leases generally contain conditions of the Housing Act. For example, leases often contain information about when and why it is possible to inform about the termination of a rental agreement, which is a legal matter. A tenancy agreement is a contract between a landlord and a tenant (or tenant) that defines the rules that both parties will follow. Leases are also called leases or leases.

If you have a periodic lease, the length of the notice depends on the period for which you rent the premises. For example: Tenants and landlords can terminate a lease for a variety of reasons, z.B.: A periodic lease means there is no deadline in the lease. The tenant may continue to live in the property until the tenant or landlord announces the termination of the lease. There are several types of periodic rentals, including regular monthly rental agreements (where the tenant agrees to rent month after month and rents monthly) and weekly periodic rentals (where the tenant agrees to rent week after week and pay the weekly rent). If a landlord intends to carry out major renovations requiring the emptying of rental land, or if the lessor intends to convert the premises into a condo, the landlord must give the tenant one year`s notice to terminate the periodic lease. Major renovations do not include painting, flooring replacement or routine maintenance. The owner must pay your deposit with interest within 10 days of extracting the property. If the owner does not return your deposit within 10 days, he must provide a written statement justifying that he does not pay the same. If you owe money for rent, cleaning, apartment damage or other premises-related expenses, the landlord will deduct this amount. The lessor must submit a billing sheet indicating how the deductions were spent. It is a misdemeanor for the owner not to meet these requirements, and there is a fine of up to $5,000 for non-compliance. Contact your local Alberta authorities office if you have not been paid.

Disagreements over the deductions made can be resolved by opening a legal action before the Small Court of Damages of the Landesgericht. To terminate a periodic tenancy agreement, the landlord and tenant must inform the other party in writing. A periodic lease has a start date, but no end date.