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Grand Central Manor

10904 102 Avenue NW

Edmonton, Alberta
Tower - Apartment
$1,200 and up
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** ESTIMATED. Price may be out of date or incorrect. This information is not verified. Check with the building manager.

Pet Restrictions

We are a pet friendly building but we only allow small cats. We charge $250 a non refundable pet fee for each pet.

Cats

Yes

Dogs

No
No

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Jul 23, 2014 09:24 AM
Terrible rental company. Will take all of your damage deposit and relate it to charges that should not exist. DO NOT RENT HERE!
PetRentals.com
Jul 23, 2014 16:29 PM
A landlord can withhold deposit for rent or fees that are owed, damage, cleaning, and if the tenant did not give proper notice and the landlord is out rent because of vacancy due to the tenant not giving proper notice.

If your landlord keeps rent when they should not, contact your landlord and tenant board. The landlord must do a walk through inspection with you after you move out, within a certain time period. And they are required to give you a list of specific deductions withing a certain time period as well. If they do not follow the rules, you are eligible to get your deposit back. The landlord and tenant board can order your landlord to give you the deposit back.

Always do inspections before moving in, and before giving up possession. Video and/or pictures as proof can help you get your deposit back. The landlord and tenant boards can resolve these issues without needing to go to court.