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Saskatoon (October 6, 2011): The Saskatchewan Landlord Association (SKLA), an industry association for landlords and property managers of rental housing, is introducing a Tenant Assistance Process (TAP) to help tenants who have received a substantial rent increase.

If a tenant receives a significant rent increase that they cannot afford, he or she will be able to request assistance in dealing with the increase. The TAP, which will be run by experienced SRHIA landlords and property managers, will review the increased rental rate and its affordability to the applicant. If possible, the TAP will attempt to facilitate a mutually acceptable outcome by meeting with the two interested parties. If requested by the tenant, the TAP will draw on the SRHIA membership to provide assistance to the tenant in finding alternate accommodations. Referral will also be made to the Office of Residential Tenancies, if applicable, and information on rental supplement and other support programs for which they may qualify will be provided.

Executive officer of SKLA says official tenant-landlord history list would increase transparency

The Saskatchewan Landlords Association (SKLA) says tenants like Daniel Portras, a serial squatter who has a history of appealing evictions while living in rented homes for free, surface more often than people would think.

"It's an everyday occurrence unfortunately," said Chanda Lockhart, executive officer of the SKLA.

Wages earned on-reserve cannot be seized, says SIGA

Erin Perehudoff says a bad renter owes her money after leaving a trail of destruction and garbage at her Saskatoon home.

"It was filthy. She didn't clean anything."- Erin Perehudoff

But despite a ruling from the Office of Residential Tenancies ordering Michelle Arcand to pay $3,156.20 to her former landlord, Arcand's employer refuses to garnishee her wages.

Arcand and her dog moved into the brand-new home on Evergreen Boulevard in November 2014, agreeing to pay Perehudoff $1,850 a month in rent, as well as an $1800 damage deposit.

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