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Form 4
Notice of Entry
Office of Residential Tenancies
The Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 [Section 45]
Questions about your rights? Contact the Office of Residential Tenancies at 1-888-215-2222
or
ORT@gov.sk.ca
or visit
Saskatchewan.ca/ort
To tenants
:
(legal occupants)
of
, Saskatchewan.
(rental address)
You are hereby given notice that your landlord/agent will be entering your rental unit on
between the times of
and
.
The purpose for entering is as follows:
Dated at
in the Province of Saskatchewan, this
day of
(City/Town)
(Year)
(Month)
Landlord and/or Agent Signature
Name of Landlord and/or Agent - (please print)
Mailing Address of Landlord/Agent - please print
A landlord may enter a rental unit if, not more than 7 days prior to the entry, the tenant has consented to the entry.
A landlord may also enter the rental unit upon written notice that:
• is given at least 24 hours, and not more than seven days, before the entry;
• states:
(i) the purpose for entering, which must be reasonable, and
(ii) the date and the time of the entry;
• states a maximum four-hour period within which the landlord will enter the rental unit, which must be between 8 am
and 8 pm unless the tenant otherwise agrees; and
• is on a day that is not a Sunday or a day of religious worship for the tenant.
The preceding applies to a landlord showing the rental unit to a prospective purchaser.
See page 2 about notice to enter a rental unit for the purpose of showing the suite at the end of a tenancy.
June 2019 Form 4 Page 1 of 2
Form 4
Notice of Entry
Office of Residential Tenancies
The Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 [Section 45]
Questions about your rights? Contact the Office of Residential Tenancies at 1-888-215-2222
or
ORT@gov.sk.ca
or visit
Saskatchewan.ca/ort
To tenants
:
(legal occupants)
of
, Saskatchewan.
(rental address)
You are hereby given notice that your landlord/agent will be entering your rental unit on
between the times of
and
.
The purpose for entering is as follows:
Dated at
in the Province of Saskatchewan, this
day of
(City/Town)
(Year)
(Month)
Landlord and/or Agent Signature
Name of Landlord and/or Agent - (please print)
Mailing Address of Landlord/Agent - please print
A landlord may enter a rental unit if, not more than 7 days prior to the entry, the tenant has consented to the entry.
A landlord may also enter the rental unit upon written notice that:
• is given at least 24 hours, and not more than seven days, before the entry;
• states:
(i) the purpose for entering, which must be reasonable, and
(ii) the date and the time of the entry;
• states a maximum four-hour period within which the landlord will enter the rental unit, which must be between 8 am
and 8 pm unless the tenant otherwise agrees; and
• is on a day that is not a Sunday or a day of religious worship for the tenant.
The preceding applies to a landlord showing the rental unit to a prospective purchaser.
See page 2 about notice to enter a rental unit for the purpose of showing the suite at the end of a tenancy.
June 2019 Form 4 Page 1 of 2
1. If the tenant has given notice to end a monthly or other periodic tenancy, or the landlord has given notice in Form 15
that a term lease will not be renewed, the landlord may enter the rental unit for the purpose of showing it to prospective
tenants but only if:
(a) If the tenant provides a telephone number or an electronic address for the purpose of notice, the landlord must
give the tenant at least two hours’ notice of the landlord’s intent to enter, or
(b) the landlord and tenant enter into a reasonable written terms for the landlord to show the rental unit and enter into
the agreement after the tenant has given a notice to vacate, or after the landlord has given notice that a term
lease will not be renewed.
2. If the landlord is not able to gain entry to a rental unit under section 1, the landlord may enter the rental unit for the
purpose of showing it to prospective tenants if:
(a) the landlord posts a notice of entry on the door of the rental unit in accordance with section 4; and
(b) the landlord has made a reasonable effort, at least two hours before the entry, to contact the tenant at the
telephone number or electronic mail address that the tenant has provided for the purpose.
3. If a tenant has not provided the landlord with a telephone number or electronic address for the purpose of providing
notice of entry, the landlord may enter the rental unit in accordance with section 2 even though the landlord was unable
to comply with the requirements set out in clause 2(b).
4. A notice of entry pursuant to clause 2(a) must:
(a) set out the date and time of entry; and
(b) be posted no later than the time of entry.
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