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EZ Landlord Forms offers a customizable Saskatchewan Rental Lease Agreement, Saskatchewan eviction notices, a free rental application, listings of Saskatchewan real estate investing clubs, and much more! Try building a Saskatchewan lease agreement, discuss Saskatchewan landlord-tenant issues in our Landlord Forum, or read our summary of Saskatchewan’s landlord-tenant laws! Here is a selection of our featured Saskatchewan resources:

Saskatchewan Residential Lease Agreements

Saskatchewan Lease Our exclusive Lease Builder Wizard software with State Assist technology helps ensure that your lease meets Saskatchewan's legal requirements. The ez Landlord Forms team includes attorneys, accountants, fellow landlords, and industry experts who work together to stay on top of regulatory changes, so that your forms can meet or exceed all current legal requirements.

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Saskatchewan Rental Forms Saskatchewan Standard Terms and Conditions
Include this document in every tenancy agreement to inform Saskatchewan landlords and tenants of the rules and regulations they must follow.

Saskatchewan Notice To Enter
The landlord must serve this Saskatchewan Notice To Enter to the tenant at least 24 hours before entering the rental unit.

Saskatchewan Power of Attorney (Non-Resident Landlord)
This form is needed to appoint a Power of Attorney when a Saskatchewan landlord does not reside or have an office located in Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Practice Directive-Appl. for Possession
In an effort to reduce the time wasted on possession applications, the ORT provides this directive with step by step instructions.

Saskatchewan Notice to Vacate (Employee)
A landlord should use this form to regain possession of a rental unit from a tenant who exchanged a tenancy for employment.

Saskatchewan Two Month Notice of Intention for Term Lease
Use this Saskatchewan Two Months Notice of Intention, prior to your lease ending, that has a fixed term of 3 months or longer in duration.

Saskatchewan Residential Tenancies Act, 2006
This is the Statutes of Saskatchewan, 2006 updated in 2015 . There have been amendments made and are available via SK Government web-site.

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Saskatchewan Attorneys

Saskatchewan Landlord-Tenant Attorneys
Daniel Tapp
Daniel Tapp
www.danieltapp.com/
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Regina, SK
 

Saskatchewan Links and Resources

Saskatchewan Rental Resources Saskatchewan Office of Residential Tenancies
Official website for Saskatchewan residential landlord-tenant laws and regulations.
www.justice.gov.sk.ca/ort

Saskatchewan Real Estate Investment Articles

Saskatchewan Rental Articles
Saskatchewan Landlord-Tenant Law Summary
Posted February 15, 2013
Saskatchewan landlords can use this easy-to-read question and answer format as a quick reference for Saskatchewan landlord-tenant regulations.

Stage Your Rental So the Best Tenants Find You
Posted January 23, 2017
It's so easy for landlords to get the word out when they have a unit for rent. They simply post a description and photos online – usually for free – and get a world of tenants at their fingertips. Why, then, are online rental ads often so unappealing? Go ahead; choose any neighborhood, enter a few parameters and start going through the photos that pop up. • Harrisburg, Pa. apartment complex: Two of the three shots are of the outside of the complex and the remaining picture is of a corner of a kitchen. • Kansas City. Mo. apartment complex: Fifteen of 35 photos depict the outside of the complex – eight of them are of the complex swiming pool. Of the 20 indoor shots, a few show a bathroom and they are close-ups of a tub, toilet and sink.

My Tenant Backed Out of the Lease - Now What?
Posted December 22, 2016
You gathered a pile of applications for your rental property. You narrowed it to several finalists and, after screening a few backgrounds, you finally settled on the best candidate for your next tenant. Now, that tenant is backing out of the lease at the very last minute. What should you do, besides tearing your hair out? It depends on whether or not the tenant signed your lease agreement, and whether you obtained a Hold Deposit. Also, did your lease include an Early Termination clause? Know the answers to these questions before reading further - they matter!

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