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Alberta Regulation 129/2016
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
AUTHORIZATION REGULATIONS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: August 2, 2016
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council 
on February 29, 2016 and approved by the Minister of Agriculture and Forestry on 
July 26, 2016 pursuant to sections 26 and 27 of the Marketing of Agricultural 
Products Act. 
1   The Alfalfa Seed Commission Authorization Regulation 
(AR 212/2009) is amended by repealing section 3.

2   The Alberta Barley Commission Authorization 
Regulation (AR 122/99) is amended by repealing section 4.

3   The Alberta Beef Producers Authorization Regulation 
(AR 352/2003) is amended by repealing section 6.

4   The Beekeepers Commission of Alberta Authorization 
Regulation (AR 72/2006) is amended by repealing section 3.

5   The Bison Producers of Alberta Authorization Regulation 
(AR 187/2000) is amended by repealing section 3.

6   The Alberta Canola Producers Commission 
Authorization Regulation (AR 130/98) is amended by 
repealing section 4.

7   The Alberta Chicken Producers Authorization Regulation 
(AR 80/93) is amended by repealing section 3.1.

8   The Egg Farmers of Alberta Authorization Regulation 
(AR 279/97) is amended by repealing section 6.

9   The Alberta Elk Authorization Regulation (AR 255/2002) 
is amended by repealing section 3.

10   The Alberta Hatching Egg Producers Authorization 
Regulation (AR 278/97) is amended by repealing section 7.

11   The Alberta Lamb Producers Authorization Regulation 
(AR 242/2001) is amended by repealing section 4.

12   The Alberta Milk Authorization Regulation 
(AR 152/2002) is amended by repealing section 5.

13   The Alberta Oat Growers Commission Authorization 
Regulation (AR 135/2012) is amended by repealing section 
3.

14   The Alberta Peace Region Forage Seed Growers 
Authorization Regulation (AR 112/2004) is amended by 
repealing section 3.

15   The Alberta Pork Producers' Authorization Regulation 
(AR 281/96) is amended by repealing section 5.

16   The Potato Growers of Alberta Authorization Regulation 
(AR 299/2002) is amended by repealing section 4.  

17   The Alberta Pulse Growers Commission Authorization 
Regulation (AR 128/99) is amended by repealing section 4.

18   The Alberta Sugar Beet Growers Authorization 
Regulation (AR 286/97) is amended by repealing section 6.

19   The Turkey Producers Authorization Regulation 
(AR 112/98) is amended by repealing section 5.

20   The Alberta Vegetable Growers (Processing) 
Authorization Regulation (AR 159/2007) is amended by 
repealing section 5.

21   The Alberta Wheat Commission Authorization 
Regulation (AR 136/2012) is amended by repealing section 
3.


Alberta Regulation 130/2016
Residential Tenancies Act
TERMINATION OF TENANCY (DOMESTIC VIOLENCE) REGULATION
Filed: August 9, 2016
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 224/2016) 
on August 8, 2016 pursuant to section 68 of the Residential Tenancies Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Appointment of designated authority
	3	Application and assessments
	4	Disclosure of information by landlord
	5	Review
	6	Expiry
	7	Coming into force
Definitions
1   In this Regulation, 
	(a)	"Act" means the Residential Tenancies Act;
	(b)	"designated authority" means the person appointed under 
section 47.5(1) of the Act;


	(c)	"Director" means the Director of Residential Tenancies 
appointed under section 55 of the Act.
Appointment of designated authority
2   The Minister may, by order, appoint a person to act as the 
designated authority under section 47.5(1) of the Act.
Application and assessments
3   A designated authority carries out the assessment required under 
section 47.4(2) of the Act if the designated authority receives from the 
tenant 
	(a)	an order listed in section 47.4(2)(a)(i) of the Act and 
determines that it is unexpired, or
	(b)	the statement of a person referred to in section 47.4(2)(ii) of 
the Act and determines that it 
	(i)	is signed by that person, 
	(ii)	affirms that person's opinion that the tenant has been 
the subject of domestic violence, and
	(iii)	affirms that the tenant has reported a risk to the safety of 
the tenant, the tenant's dependent child or a protected 
adult who lives with the tenant if the tenancy continues, 
based on at least one of the following:
	(A)	a previous history of domestic violence, whether 
directed to the tenant, the tenant's dependent child, 
or a protected adult residing with the tenant;
	(B)	a tenant's fear for the tenant's own safety or the 
safety of the tenant's dependent child or of a 
protected adult who lives with the tenant, based on 
a presently occurring crisis, investigation, charge, 
legal proceeding, separation, intention to separate 
or other relevant circumstance;
	(C)	a tenant's fear for the tenant's own safety or the 
safety of the tenant's dependent child or of a 
protected adult who lives with the tenant, based on 
past conduct or threats directed to the tenant or 
another person.
Disclosure of information by landlord
4(1)  Section 47.7 of the Act does not prevent a landlord from 
disclosing any information received under Part 4.1 of the Act from or 
about a tenant who is a victim of domestic violence,
	(a)	in connection with the investigation or prosecution of an 
alleged offence under the Act 
	(i)	to the Minister and employees of the Minister 
responsible for administration of the Act, or
	(ii)	to the Director or to a duly authorized delegate of the 
Director referred to in section 56 of the Act,
	(b)	to the designated authority,
	(c)	to a law enforcement agency, but only upon request made by 
the law enforcement agency in connection with an 
investigation,
	(d)	in connection with an emergency that threatens the life, 
health or security of an individual or the public,
	(e)	to a lawyer who provides services to the landlord,
	(f)	to a court or the Residential Tenancy Dispute Resolution 
Service for the purposes of a proceeding under the Act,
	(g)	with the consent of the tenant who served the notice under 
section 47.3(2) of the Act,
	(h)	to the extent that the information is available to the public, or
	(i)	as otherwise required by law.
(2)  Subject to section 47.3(6) of the Act, section 47.7 of the Act does 
not prevent a landlord from disclosing the following information to 
any tenants referred to section 47.3(5) of the Act:
	(a)	the fact that a notice was served;
	(b)	the termination date specified in the notice.
Review
5   A review of this Regulation must begin on or before August 1, 
2017.
Expiry
6   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on July 31, 2018.
Coming into force
7   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of the 
Residential Tenancies (Safer Spaces for Victims of Domestic Violence) 
Amendment Act, 2015.