Section: Legal

The progression of a bill (partie 2)

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The progression of a bill (partie 2) - EN-CA which Assembly public Minister

The progression of a bill (partie 2)

It appeared important to us to reconsider the process of adoption of a bill to understand well where to place this project which is so important to limit procedural abuse.

Modification of the Act respecting property tax refund

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Modification of the Act respecting property tax refund - EN-US property December

Modification of the Act respecting property tax refund

In a speech on March 30, 2010, the Québec Finance Minister, Mr Raymond Bachand, announced an important modification to the Act respecting property tax refunds.

Judgment: Too much noise in the apartment

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Judgment: Too much noise in the apartment

The lessor claims the cancellation of the lease of the tenant because of her behaviour and the significant number of complaints for excessive noise of which she has been the object.

Bill 131 adopted and comes into effect on the Québec Legislature's last day of sitting

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Bill 131 adopted and comes into effect on the Québec Legislature's last day of sitting

The Québec Landlords Association (APQ) is pleased at news of the adoption and coming into force of Bill 131 which will allow, amongst other things, Québec Rental Board administrative judges to declare a party foreclosed from taking further proceedings.

Warning: Only landlords or their attorney may sign a request to the rental board

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Warning: Only landlords or their attorney may sign a request to the rental board - EN-US

Warning: Only landlords or their attorney may sign a request to the rental board

Since a judgement rendered by the Court of Quebec in 2005 on this subject, the only persons who can sign requests to the Québec Rental Board are the landlord, or their attorney.