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Can a tenant appeal an order?

by Guest779  |  6 years, 7 month(s) ago

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Can a tenant appeal an order?

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     No, generally a tenant cannot appeal a foreclosure Order of the Court of Queen’s Bench. The tenant will usually not be a party to the action (in other words, will not have been named in the court documents), and so has no right to appeal. Even if a tenant is a party to the action, there are only limited reasons for appeal. Even though it seems unfair that the tenant is caught in the problem between the landlord and the lender, disagreeing with the Order is not grounds for appeal.

    If you want to appeal an Order, you may want to contact a lawyer to receive legal advice.

    You can find more information in the Foreclosure for Landlords and Tenants in Alberta booklet.

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