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You can make your own tenancy agreement but you need to make sure that it is up-to-date with the law and in particular does not contain illegal clauses. The Tenant Fees Act 2019 made certain tenancy payments illegal such as cleaning fees.
What are tenants rights in Saskatchewan?
A right to enjoy their properties in peace and quiet. A right to live in a habitable rental property that adheres to Saskatchewan safety, health and building codes. Right to access their units without restrictions from the landlord or their agent. Right to display election advertising during the electioneering period.
Can a landlord evict a tenant in Saskatchewan?
In Saskatchewan, a landlord can evict a tenant on reasonable grounds, including for non-payment of rent. However, they must use a form provided by the Landlord and Tenant Board (LTB). A tenant can object to a notice for termination and refuse to leave the property.
Can a landlord break a lease in Saskatchewan?
A landlord may give proper notice to end a tenancy for any of the reasons allowed by The Residential Tenancies Act, 2006. The notice period is one month for most types of evictions, and two months for others, such as eviction for renovation or demolition.
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