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A tenancy agreement can be ended in a variety of ways. These ways can be classified into two groups:
This section deals only with the situation when a tenancy agreement is ended where it is suggested that a landlord or a tenant is at fault in some way. If you need to know how to end a tenancy, or respond to a notice to end a tenancy where it is not alleged that any party is fault, you should look at the “Moving Out” section.
Informal methods to resolve disagreements, such as discussing the situation with the other party, can be used at any time. In some areas, Landlord and Tenant Advisory Boards offer mediation services.
The Residential Tenacy Dispute Resolution Service is available in most areas in Alberta and is an alternative to proceeding in court.
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