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As a landlord in Saskatchewan, you may be able to evict a tenant from your rental property based on certain criteria like non-payment of rent, excessive property damage, or gross violation of the lease terms.

However, it’s crucial that you follow the eviction process as outlined in the Residenti...

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A lease agreement is a legally binding agreement that runs for a specific period of time, usually one year. Typically, a tenant who signs one agrees to abide by all its terms until it ends.

Sadly, this isn’t always the case. Life happens and your Regina tenant may decide to end the tenancy early a...

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Prior to entertaining prospective renters, you need to assess the state of your rental unit. If you want immediate occupancy and high interest, it must look attractive, well-kept, and fully functional to be rent-ready. Prospects have certain expectations when they’ve carved time in their schedules f...

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It’s common knowledge that the more frequently an item is used, the more it deteriorates. When this happens to a rental unit, it is called “normal wear and tear,” and it’s a commonly accepted part of owning property. Through no fault of the tenant or the landlord, the property and its furnishings wi...

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