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Decision on suretyship : "Régie du logement"

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Decision on suretyship : "Régie du logement"

However, article 2362 of the Civil code of Quebec indicates: “Where the suretyship is contracted with a view to covering future or indeterminate debts, or for an indeterminate period, the surety may terminate it after three years,

The definition of a care home according to jurisprudence

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The definition of a care home according to jurisprudence

This type of institution is defined in article 83 of the Act respecting health services and social services (L.Q. 1991 c.42): “ 83. The mission of a residential and long-term care centre is to offer, on a temporary or permanent basis, ...

The preliminary contract: much more than just a signature

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The preliminary contract: much more than just a signature

The Civil code of Quebec requires, in the case of the sale by a contractor of a residential building built or to be build to a person who acquires it to occupy it himself, that this sale be preceded by a preliminary contract which binds the two parties.

Lease quiz : The rudiments of repossessing a dwelling

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Lease quiz : The rudiments of repossessing a dwelling

As the landlord, if I notify the tenant that I will repossess the dwelling for myself, the tenant has no other choice and must leave without compensation.?

The rent price of a dwelling rented by a housing co-operative to one of its members cannot be the subject of a request to set the rent

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The rent price of a dwelling rented by a housing co-operative to one of its members cannot be the subject of a request to set the rent

In the decision Co-operative Village Coverdale v. Nida Sanon (1), the tenant filed a request to set the rent under the terms of article 1947 of the Civil code of Quebec, plus for reimbursement of costs.