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A brief guide to a condominium's three key meetings - board meetings, Annual General Meeting (AGM) and extraordinary general meetings.
NEW January 2018

 

A condo corporation has a legal obligation to respond to requests for certain information, depending on what is requested and who makes the request.
NEW January 2018
 

This booklet provides basic information about court fees and waivers in Alberta.
June 2016
 

This guide was developed for frontline service providers in Alberta. It provides general legal information on Alberta law only.
January 2016

 

The world of dating is different than it used to be, this booklet provides important information about legal issues related to new relationships.
December 2013

 

When a tenant dies while renting a property, there can be many questions about what to do next. The guide will help answer some of your questions.
June 2016

This booklet provides an overview of the turnover process and a checklist of documents that the developer must provide to the first elected board.
NEW April 2018

 

  • Information on how to help prevent domestic violence
  • What to do if it does happen
  • A list of services tenants can call for help
  • A list of agencies to contact for more information
  • A list of resources that will help you learn more

NEW March 2018

Domestic violence educational programs from organizations around the province.
NEW March 2018

A guide to having a conversation with someone you feel may be experiencing domestic violence.
NEW March 2018

What to expect when the police have been called to a domestic violence situation.
NEW March 2018

Elder abuse isn't just physical, it can also be sexual, emotional, and financial. This booklet provides information on what elder abuse is, how to recognize different forms of elder abuse and what to do about it.
June 2017

Developed for use in workshops, this manual could be used as a reference guide. It has three modules:

  • Elder Abuse, Capacity and the Law;
  • Planning Ahead: Using Legal Tools;
  • Let's Talk - Begin the Conversation

March 2015

An Emergency Protection Order (EPO) is a legal tool intended to protect Albertans experiencing family violence.This guide explains what you need to know about EPOs.
May 2016
 

 
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