Section: Legal

L’impossibilité pour un locataire d’occuper les lieux en raison du sinistre

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L’impossibilité pour un locataire d’occuper les lieux en raison du sinistre

La Régie du logement a publié une capsule d'information suite à l’accident ferroviaire survenu à Lac-Mégantic. L'association des Propriétaires du Québec (APQ) trouvant cette article pertinent tient à vous en faire part : L’accident ferroviaire survenu à Lac-Mégantic a forcé l’évacuation de plusieurs personnes en raison de la destruction d’immeubles résidentiels. Il est probable qu’un certain nombre de locataires ont abandonné leur logement en plus de subir des dommages.

The Régie cancels two leases signed in fraud of the rights of the lessor

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The Régie cancels two leases signed in fraud of the rights of the lessor

Immeuble D.U.B. Inc., the landlady is the owner of a residential building located at 48-50, Place du Havre in Bois-des-Filions, consisting of a one-family unit, civic number 50, and a bachelor’s, street number 48.

Insurance deductibles (Co-ownership)

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Insurance deductibles (Co-ownership)

According to the Committee, by foreseeing the practice of large deductibles of up to several thousands of dollars, insurers force the syndicate of the co-ownership to subscribe to insurance that does not comply with the spirit of the insurance law.

The death of a tenant

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The death of a tenant

If a tenant lives alone and unfortunately dies, the executor of his estate, or by default an heir to the estate may terminate the lease. A 2-month delay applies to prevent the owner to terminate the lease and the notice must be sent within six months after

The tenant is not living in the housing anymore: must one still have to pay compensation during repossession of the housing?

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The tenant is not living in the housing anymore: must one still have to pay compensation during repossession of the housing? - reppossession housing

The tenant is not living in the housing anymore: must one still have to pay compensation during repossession of the housing?

In a decision during the month of January of this year the tenant claimed compensation under a request of repossession of the housing and this despite the fact that she had left the apartment at the time of the hearing.