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In Newfoundland university and college residences are excluded from the laws about renting a place to live. Is the law the same in Alberta?

by Guest753  |  5 years, 9 month(s) ago

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In Newfoundland university and college residences are excluded from the laws about renting a place to live. Is the law the same in Alberta?

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  1. Guest753

     Yes. Rooms in student dorms managed by educational institutions are not covered by the laws on renting a place to live. However, different provinces include and exclude varying kinds of property and living arrangements from their law- so it is worth checking to see what is included.

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