Saskatchewan Standard Terms and Conditions

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

Document Last Modified: 10/5/2018

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Saskatchewan, one of Canada’s most stunning Provinces which lures people with its beauty. Also known for the friendly people, it is becoming a desirable place to live and rent. Low vacancies have prompted the building and construction of additional housing to meet the demand.

The Saskatchewan rental housing market falls under the control of the Ombudsman. Landlords living within the Regina area, may call 1-306-787-2699 and those within Saskatoon can use the phone number of 1-306-933-5680. These contact phone numbers are for the local Office of Residential Tenancies. This office does not deal with issues relating to realtors, mortgages, municipalities or the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation known as “CHMC”.

The Saskatchewan Standard Terms and Conditions includes information regarding a tenancy agreement. It includes the conditions and terms regarding written and oral leases, security deposits, and payment of rent, maintenance and repair responsibilities and much more. The Saskatchewan Standard Terms and Conditions also known as Form 3 is an official form issued by the Government of Saskatchewan.

The Saskatchewan Standard Terms and Conditions are required in every tenancy agreement. Both the landlord and the tenant should discuss The Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 (the “Act”) and The Residential Tenancies Regulations, 2007 (the “regulations”) to determine and understand the full extent of both party’s rights and obligations. If there is a conflict between a provision in these standard conditions and a provision in the Act or the regulations, the provision in the Act or regulations prevails. This means it overrides any written OR oral agreement.

The Saskatchewan Standard Conditions form may be used by landlords and tenants. Ez Landlord Forms province specific lease agreement for Saskatchewan includes the “Saskatchewan Standard Conditions of a Tenancy Agreement” in the lease package. This fulfills the requirement noted in the conditions that Form 3 must be part of every tenancy agreement.

TIP: Where written rental agreements are used, the landlord MUST provide the tenant a signed copy within twenty days after it is signed by both parties.
Upd: 12-2015

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