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
In Saskatchewan the tenant must receive this notice before the landlord plans to enter a 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 Residential Tenancies Act, 2006
This is the Statutes of Saskatchewan, 2006 which is effective March 1, 2007. There have been amendments made and are available via SK Government web-site.
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 Form 7 Notice to Vacate(Non-Payment)
Landlords should use this eviction form on a tenant who has not paid rent.
Saskatchewan Two Month Notice of Intention for Term Lease
A lease of 3 months or longer in duration requires the landlord to provide two months notice to end the lease.
SK Form 13 - Notice to Tenant of Claim for Security Deposit
A landlord should use this form to make a claim for the security deposit.
Saskatchewan Notice to Vacate (Lease Violation)
Landlords should use this eviction form on a tenant who has breached the lease.
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.
SK Form 9: Application for Claim with the ORT under the Residential Tenancies Act
The form is the first step in filing a dispute with the Office of Residential Tenancies.
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