Landlord Protection Service - Evicting Tenants in Edmonton, Calgary, Lloydminster, Medicine Hat, Grande Prairie, Lethbridge, Red Deer, and Fort McMurray Alberta
Are you having issues with tenants who owe rent, are otherwise breaching their tenancy agreement, or to deal with criminal activity at your rental premises? We can assist you by facilitating evictions through the residential tenancies process – including obtaining evidence of breaches of the tenancy agreement or criminal activity*, serving the initial hearing notice, representing you in the hearing process, serving orders on the tenants, and filing orders with the court. We can also assist you in obtaining a Garnishee Summons when you are owed monies from a previous tenant. We can assist you in determining a tenants employer, their deposit accounts, or their other sources of income* – and serve the Garnishee Summons in order to help you get back what you are rightfully owed.
Convenient Downtown Edmonton Location | No Unnecessary Mediation or Bailiff Assistance Fees | Over A Decade of Experience
WCB Insured | Armed Process Servers | Ministry of Justice Licenced Security and Investigators | Owned By a Former Civil Enforcement Bailiff
Residential Tenancies Act and Mobile Home Act - RTDRS Agent $459.00 + GST**. Mileage at $0.54/km will be charged for travel to serve notices and orders at premises' outside of our Edmonton, Calgary, Lloydminster, Red Deer, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Fort McMurray and Grande Prairie Service Areas. One hearing included. Any additional court/hearing time will be billed at $75.00/hearing. $59.00 Lloydminster, Red Deer, Medicine Hat, and Fort McMurray Service Area surcharge.
*evidence collection, filing of writs of enforcement, filing and service of garnishee summons, and tenant locates are additional services and are available on request.
**up to $225.00 can be claimed through the RTDRS as costs. A portion of locate costs can be claimed on a case by case basis.
Q. Do you charge for Tenant Mediation and is it necessary?
A. No. An applicant can claim up to $225.00 in costs from RTDRS however mediation costs can not be claimed. If you are the point of filing a claim against your tenant, you have exhausted all other options and your efforts to mediate the situation with the tenant on your own have failed. We are always able to provide settlement options to the tenant on the date of the hearing. If the tenant is agreeable to the arrangements the Tenancy Dispute Officer will prepare an order with the agreed upon terms. If you are paying an Agent to mediate with your tenants on your behalf, without an Order made by a Tenancy Dispute Officer, the agreed upon terms are unenforceable and you have wasted your money since you can't recoup those costs.
Q. Do I need to pay for an Agent to attend with a Bailiff who is enforcing an Order?
A. No. A Civil Enforcement Bailiff will request that a Police Officer attend to Keep the Peace if the Tenant(s) obstruct the Bailiff. Paying an Agent to attend along with the Bailiff is unnecessary since you have already paid a flat rate for the Bailiff and the attendance of a Police Officer is covered through your tax dollars. Any costs for an Agent to attend along with the Bailiff can not be recouped. The attendance of an Agent can be a liability if they are not trained through a recognized body and are not licenced through the Alberta Ministry of Justice and Solicitor General.
Q. Do I need to serve a 14 day notice to terminate tenancy on a tenant who has substantially breached their tenancy agreement?
A. No. a 14 day notice is not required if the tenant has substantially breached their tenancy agreement and it is not enforceable. If you have documented communication with the tenant to remedy the breach either by text or email you do not need serve an additional notice which will only unnecessarily delay the process by an additional two weeks and you can immediately file a claim. A 14 day notice should only be used if you have not been in communication with the tenant and to give them a reasonable amount of time to remedy the breach. Ultimately, a Tenancy Dispute Officer will need to see that you provided the tenant with a reasonable amount of time to remedy the breach by any documented form of communication, including but not limited to a 14 day notice to terminate.
See What Our Clients Are Saying:
"I had Ryan to help me with my tenant eviction process. He was very knowledgeable in the Tenancy Act and replied to my emails and calls promptly, and advised me of what I was supposed to do to comply with the laws. I would highly recommend Ryan for this service." J Sim
"He totally went the extra mile for me" Etahndah C
"Amazing service!!! We needed help serving and filing an affidavit very last minute - and I mean very last minute!!! Everything was completed on time and seamlessly! Thank you for your help!!!! I would recommend this place to anyone! " Crystal D
"The judge awarded me partial cost of hiring North central for the eviction process making the total cost less then $300. Very efficient and economical. I would definitely use this service again." Derek B
"NCPS are like godsend to me, the manner they handled my case with sheer professionalism is really commendable. I lived in another province, so I was not sure where to start as my tenants had not been paying me the rent as well as ignored the eviction notice." Sushil K
"Very quick to action. He was able to locate my tenant's work place in just a couple of days. Very professional and friendly. Willing to explain the process with details. Recommend to all the landlords in Edmonton area." Sam T
"I explained my situation to him and he spent a good amount of time with me on the phone listening and talking. We brain stormed a path forward and he was honest enough to suggest the service of a different company even though it meant passing on my business." Sean H
"When I thought we had hit a brick wall, he came through for me and found the information I required and all of this was done at a very, very reasonable cost. He actually when out of his way to save me money!!" 123 Rico