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New Brunswick Landlord Forms

New Brunswick Rental Forms New Brunswick Lease Agreement (Official)
This is the RESIDENTIAL STANDARD FORM OF LEASE per The Residential Tenancies Act, Acts of New Brunswick, 1975, c.R-10.2, s.9

New Brunswick Accommodation Inspection Report
This NB form provides an written record of the rental property's move-in and move-out conditions to avoid landlord-tenant disputes. (2 pages)

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New Brunswick Attorneys

New Brunswick Landlord-Tenant Attorneys
Hugh J. Cameron
Stewart McKelvey
www.stewartmckelvey.com/en/home/directory/details.aspx/hcameron/34
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Fredericton, NB
  Michael A. Gillis
Cox & Palmer
www.coxandpalmerlaw.com
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Saint John, NB

New Brunswick Links and Resources

New Brunswick Rental Resources New Brunswick Landlording 101: What Do I Need to Know?
Official help page for landlords, provided by Service New Brunswick.
www.snb.ca/e/1000/1000-2/e/1000-2_005_e.asp

New Brunswick Real Estate Investment Clubs

New Brunswick Landlord Clubs
Moncton Real Estate Investment Organization, Moncton, NB
monctonreio.ca/
Number of Members: 120  More New Brunswick Real Estate Investment Clubs »

New Brunswick Real Estate Investment Articles

New Brunswick Rental Articles
New Brunswick Landlord-Tenant Law Summary
Posted June 3, 2013
Like all Canadian provinces, New Brunswick has its own strict landlord-tenant laws. This article provides a quick summary of NB tenancy laws in FAQ format.

Does Your Special Property Need a Lease Agreement?
Posted April 24, 2017
Sometimes, it may seem as if a lease really isn’t necessary when renting property. There are situations that differ from the typical house-for-rent scenario. For instance, these: ¿ You’ve decided to let your favorite cousin move in for a few months while he looks for a job and his own place. Your cousin wants to be fair and pay something toward room and board and, frankly, you could use the extra cash. Since it’s family, and will be for just a short time, do you really need a lease agreement?

Video Tip: Eviction Attorney
Posted April 13, 2017
Get to know an eviction attorney so that professional help is immediately available if you confront an eviction situation.

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