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Latest legal developments and Renting-out your condominium (IN ENGLISH)

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Latest legal developments and Renting-out your condominium (IN ENGLISH)

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Do-it-Yourself Construction: All truths revealed!

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Do-it-Yourself Construction: All truths revealed! - EN-CA construction do-it-yourself

Do-it-Yourself Construction: All truths revealed!

In the case of a private individual wishing to invest himself in the construction of his house, the Building Act gives to the future owner a unique privilege: the one to act as a do-it-yourself builder and to carry out himself, as a physical person, building work on his building site, ...

The sale of a condominium: Who has to pay the unpaid expenses of a condominium at the time of the sale?

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The sale of a condominium: Who has to pay the unpaid expenses of a condominium at the time of the sale? - condominium unpaid syndicate co-owner statement seller mortgage

The sale of a condominium: Who has to pay the unpaid expenses of a condominium at the time of the sale?

Article 1069 of the Civil code of Quebec establishes the applicable rule on this question. «1069. A person who acquires a fraction of divided co-ownership, by whatever means, including the exercise of a hypothecary right, is bound to pay ...

Some decisions of the Rental Board concerning the conversion of residences into divided co-ownership

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Some decisions of the Rental Board concerning the conversion of residences into divided co-ownership

The Court accommodated these requests and authorized conversion into divided co-ownership owing to the fact that the applicants satisfied the legal provisions governing conversion.

IS THE FREEDOM TO CHOOSE ONE’S OWN LAWYER AN ABSOLUTE RIGHT?

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IS THE FREEDOM TO CHOOSE ONE’S OWN LAWYER AN ABSOLUTE RIGHT? - tenant decision Rental Board landlord request Court Quebec attorney hearing lawyer Director colleague postponement

IS THE FREEDOM TO CHOOSE ONE’S OWN LAWYER AN ABSOLUTE RIGHT?

In spite of the representations made by the attorney's colleague, the Rental Board refused to grant the postponement and proceeded with the hearing in absence of the tenant's attorney.