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The tenant lies to the owner, the Régie expels him

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The tenant lies to the owner, the Régie expels him

In a recent case, the owners agreed to accept some tenants’ application on the basis of the information they had given to them. It was not until some time later, following the verification of the references and the signing of the lease, that they realized that the tenants had given false references to them. The owners, in this recent decision, asked among other things, the cancellation of the lease because of lack of consent and termination of the lease.

How to fill out well a request for non-payment of rent?

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How to fill out well a request for non-payment of rent? - regie du logement no-payment

How to fill out well a request for non-payment of rent?

It is quite important to correctly fill out an application for non-payment of rent to avoid having to undergo an adjournment for a hearing or having to write an additional procedure to correct the error.

In this article we will give you tips on completing the application. Naturally, these tips can not replace review by a lawyer of your request, which we will gladly do if you should wish so.

Verbal lease

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Verbal lease

“My tenant has no lease, we are therefore not subject to the rules of the Régie du logement.” This phrase is heard regularly and yet it is false.

The signing of the lease by a minor

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The signing of the lease by a minor - co-owners lease minor

The signing of the lease by a minor

It sometimes happens that particular circumstances bring co-owners having to sign a lease with a minor.

When becoming the new owner of a rental building: how to manage the leases concluded before but poorly respected?

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When becoming the new owner of a rental building: how to manage the leases concluded before but poorly respected? - landlord new regie logement

When becoming the new owner of a rental building: how to manage the leases concluded before but poorly respected?

First, a tenant has the right to remain in the premises, in accordance with Section 1936 of the C.c.Q. This duty to respect the terms of the residential lease remains, even when the building in which he lives is sold to a new owner, principle coupled with Section 1886 of the C.c.Q. which states that the lease remains in force in spite of such a change.

Moreover, generally, the lease contains a section where one finds mainly information on the obligations and rights of the tenant and the landlord. It turns out to be very useful since it gives information relating to rules of law that are often mandatory and therefore it allows both parties to be adequately informed.