CPLEA: Albertan Condo Law

Overview of the Laws for Landlords and Tenants website

The Laws for Landlords and Tenants website (www.landlordandtenant.org) provides plain language information on residential tenancies law for landlords, tenants and service providers in Alberta. With up-to-date information and over 50 free publications and resources, the website attracts over 631,000 visits per year, reaching 1 in 6 Albertans!

The Laws for Landlords and Tenants website is part of the Residential Tenancies Legal Information Program (RTLIP) at the Legal Resource Centre of Alberta Ltd. (operating as the Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta “CPLEA”). RTLIP consists of a number of other activities such as:

  • Developing new information and resources on emerging residential tenancies issues
  • Providing information and referral services
  • Conducting community outreach
  • Delivering presentations on renting law
  • Contributing to law and policy development on residential tenancies issues

CPLEA is a non-profit organization that provides legal information, education, training, research and consulting services. CPLEA has many programs, projects and resources, including 13 different websites and over 150 publications, on a wide variety of justice and legal issues. For more information about CPLEA’s other programs and projects, please visit www.cplea.ca.

Funding for the Residential Tenancies Legal Information Program is generously provided by the Alberta Real Estate Foundation.

Overview of the Condo Law for Albertans website

Launched in 2016, the Condo Law for Albertans website (www.condolawalberta.ca) provides plain language information on condominium law for condo buyers, owners and board members in Alberta. With up-to-date information and over 21 free publications and resources, the website attracts over 75,000 visits (and growing!) per year.

The Condo Law for Albertans website is part of the Condo Law for Albertans Project at the Legal Resource Centre of Alberta Ltd. (operating as the Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta “CPLEA”). CPLEA is a non-profit organization that provides legal information, education, training, research and consulting services. CPLEA has many programs, projects and resources, including 13 different websites and over 150 publications, on a wide variety of justice and legal issues. For more information about CPLEA’s other programs and projects, please visit www.cplea.ca.

Funding for the Condo Law for Albertans Project is generously provided by the Alberta Real Estate Foundation.