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The registrar appointed under the New Home Buyer Protection Act can:
- deal with owner-builder authorizations
- refuse hardship exemptions
- issue compliance orders and administrative penalties
- make determination of building status
File an appeal
Pay fees by cheque or money order, payable to the Government of Alberta.
How to file an appeal
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Step 1. Fill out the forms
- Appeal Form (PDF, 1.5 MB)
You may also need to fill out the following forms, depending on your situation:
- Joint Recommendation (PDF, 514 KB)
- Agent Authorization (PDF, 522 KB)
- Application for Reconsideration (PDF, 566 KB)
Step 2. Send the forms and payment
Send appeals and payment to the Land and Property Rights Tribunal
Connect with the Land and Property Rights Tribunal:
Hours: 8:15 am to 4:30 pm (open Monday to Friday, closed noon to 1 pm, closed statutory holidays)
Toll free: 310-0000 before the phone number (in Alberta)
Email: [email protected]
Land and Property Rights Tribunal
2nd Floor, Summerside Business Centre
1229 91 Street SW
Edmonton, Alberta T6X 1E9
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