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This booklet explains the law and parenting in Alberta. There is information about custody and guardianship, parenting plans, how to make agreements with the other parent, common problems and suggestions on how to resolve them.
NEW March 2018
 

This guide will explain the basics of what you need to know about applying for an interim (or temporary) child custody or parenting order after you have left an abusive relationship.
NEW May 2016
 

General information on the role of Collection Agencies.
April 2015
 

Board members must follow standard of conduct in running the condo corporation. This tip sheet provides an overview of what those standards are.
NEW January 2018
 

Bylaws are rules that govern the condominium. Whether you are a condo owner or a condo board member, this tip sheet outlines what you need to know about bylaws.
NEW August 2016
 

As part of their duties under the Condominium Property Act, condo board members have the power to enforce the condo corporation's bylaws. Here are some steps that a condo board can take if the bylaws are not followed.
NEW January 2018
 

If you are on a condominium board, you should understand the condo documents outlined in this tipsheet and the information they contain.
NEW January 2018
 

A condominium board of directors (known as the board) is a group of individuals. This booklet answers some frequently asked questions about condominium boards.
NEW January 2018

 

A condo board has many responsibilites. If you are a board member for the first time, here is a checklist and some tips to help you in your new role.
NEW January 2018
 

Condo boards have no specific dispute resolution mechanisms. This booklet contains some general dispute resolution tips.
NEW January 2018
 

 
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