The Residential Tenancies Act (RTA) — Landlord/Tenant Rights and Responsibilities

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What is the RTA?

The Residential Tenancies Act or the RTA is a law that governs the rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenants in Alberta. Once you rent out your property to a tenant, you become a landlord and there are rules that you must follow. Under the RTA, both landlords and tenants have rights.

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Nelda Schulte is a freelance writer based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada who specializes in real estate.

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Nelda Schulte

Nelda Schulte

Nelda Schulte is a freelance writer based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada who specializes in real estate.

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