Section: Word of the editor

How to set the rent and how to present oneself during a dispute before the Régie du logement

Published on by Service des communications

Limited places - February 11, 2013, at 19h

Owners committed to maintaining the quality of service

Published on by Martin A. Messier

Owners committed to maintaining the quality of service - increase

Owners committed to maintaining the quality of service

In recent weeks, I have been fortunate to meet many owners of buildings and discuss the rent increase with them. Two important elements, which you have told me about, have emerged as central concerns.

The dangers of renting a housing for mixed use

Published on by Me Robert Soucy

The dangers of renting a housing for mixed use - other housing residential lease third tenant landlord Régie jurisdiction partie

The dangers of renting a housing for mixed use

The Civil Code of Quebec allows to rent a house of which less than a third of the total surface is used for a purpose other than housing, without affecting the residential character of the lease.

Housing as a family residence

Published on by Me Annie Lapointe notaire

Housing as a family residence
 - spouse family

Housing as a family residence

Generally speaking, the married or common-law spouse cannot do what he/she wants with the family residence without the consent of the other spouse, regardless of which one of the two spouses owns the property.

It is necessary to encourage the landlords, the opposite of what Projet Montréal proposes

Published on by Association des Propriétaires du Québec

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It is necessary to encourage the landlords, the opposite of what Projet Montréal proposes

“As in all files, disproportion must be avoided!” says Martin Messier, president of the APQ.