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Delays and mode of transmission of a Notice of Lease

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Delays and mode of transmission of a Notice of Lease

The delays to change a lease
1. Fixed lease of one (1) year or more:
The notice must be given within a period of three (3) to six (6) months.

Recovery following a decision of the Régie du logement - Part 2

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Recovery following a decision of the Régie du logement - Part 2

If, during the seizure, the employee must stop working, without leaving his employment, because of a work accident, the seizure will then be suspended. When the employee receives compensation from the CSST during a work stoppage it is important to know that the benefits thus received are not seizable under law. Once the employee will return to work the seizure will again become active and the employer must then again start withholding the seizable portion of the employee’s salary.

Recovery following a decision of the Régie du logement - Part 1

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Recovery following a decision of the Régie du logement - Part 1

In the newspaper Le Propriétaire of October 2014 we treated voluntary payment agreements as a means of recovery of amounts awarded by a judgment of the Régie du logement. In this article we will discuss the topic of recovery of the amounts awarded by the judgment using the means of enforced execution, i.e. the different types of seizures.

Falling down the stairs: to each his responsibilities

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Falling down the stairs: to each his responsibilities

Who is responsible in the case of a fall by a tenant on the stairs in your building? It depends. In a recent situation (1), a tenant who fell during the night, in the summer, and having inflicted knee injuries upon herself, demands compensation from the owner because, according to her, her fall had been caused by the poor condition of the staircase.

THE CONDITIONS FOR HOUSING REPOSSESSION BY LAW

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THE CONDITIONS FOR HOUSING REPOSSESSION BY LAW

The Civil Code of Québec provides the procedures for housing repossession by an owner. The right to repossession is subject to strict supervision.

THE BENEFICIARIES
The landlord of a dwelling, if he is also its owner, can repossess a dwelling to live in it himself or also to accommodate his ascendants or descendants in the first degree. An owner can repossess a dwelling for himself alone or also for himself and his wife and children.