How does a tenant have can legally be picked out a serve papers 2 weeks ago didn't sign a contract in first place.

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Customer: How long does a tenant have can legally be picked out a serve papers 2 weeks ago didn't sign a contract in first place
JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state the property is in?
Customer: I'm Alberta Bruce Grove
JA: What are the terms of the lease? Any issues related to maintenance or upkeep?
Customer: No lease
JA: Is there anything else the Lawyer should know before I connect you? Rest assured that they'll be able to help you.
Customer: Yeah give me a two week notice now tomorrow they're bringing in a dumpster to get rid of my stuff and I'm out the next day that's what they're saying
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Welcome and thank you for choosing Just Answer! My name is***** am a lawyer in Canada and would be happy to assist you. I am sorry to hear about your legal troubles.Please be advised that I am working from my computer and may not always be available immediately. Rest assured, I will get to your response as fast as I am able.
Customer
Okay thank you
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JCLawyer, Expert

You should be provided proper notice, and there should be a hearing for your eviction.
Customer
They gave me some paper on two weeks ago I'll even read it then you sign it
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JCLawyer, Expert

You signed something?
Customer
Nope I didn't say nothing
Customer
They want me to but I never
Customer
I can take a picture of this whatever this notices and send it to you
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JCLawyer, Expert

No, they cannot just evict you. Take a look here: https://www.alberta.ca/rental-evictions.aspx
Customer
They haven't been paying regular rent but have paid some but I've done a ton of work here does not have it account anyting
Customer
I gave her money last month I didn't give her any of my money this month or the month before but
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JCLawyer, Expert

No, work on the property is not rent unless the landlord agrees.
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JCLawyer, Expert

If it is maintenance work that the landlord is suppose to do, then you may be able to claim abatement.
Customer
I should be able to get that should get paid for it then right
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JCLawyer, Expert

Not necessarily, it has to be repairs that affects the safety of the tenants.
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JCLawyer, Expert

You also are suppose to notify the landlord about these issues instead of fixing it yourself. The landlord can use whoever they want to fix it.
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JCLawyer, Expert

They need to go to the RTDRS for a hearing before they remove you. Give them a call here: +17804274088
Customer
Okay I will
Customer
They're not open right now to have to guess I have to wait till tomorrow great
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give them a call. I have been happy to assist you with this question. If you have further questions in the future, you can always open a new question and request me to answer it. Best regards.
Customer
Thanks so they can't take they can't get rid of take out of my s*** out of here right now really right
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JCLawyer, Expert

Correct, not without an order.
Customer
Can they kick me out on Wednesday though
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JCLawyer, Expert

Not without an order
Customer
Highest rent Trent on the kick me out in the truck with my shit out what can I do
Customer
30 took one dumpster away
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