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2013-2014 Housing Market Outlook (Province Of Quebec)

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2013-2014 Housing Market Outlook (Province Of Quebec)

In 2013, moderate job growth, the continued easing of the resale market and the trend toward multi-family dwelling will again reduce single starts and translate into a total of 14,200 single detached homes  started.

Eviction of a tenant: doing justice yourself can cost you a lot!

Published on by Me Annie Lapointe notaire

Eviction of a tenant: doing justice yourself can cost you a lot! - tenants not pay justice

Eviction of a tenant: doing justice yourself can cost you a lot!

Moving day is just around the corner! New tenants arrive and you are worried that those who were there will remain. Or when your tenant does not pay, you want him to leave. Let us remember that we cannot do justice ourselves!

A narrow escape, alleluia!

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A narrow escape, alleluia!

In this case, the owner signed a lease by adding the conditional statement that the results of a credit check should be positive. It should be noted right away that we do not recommend to proceed in this way, the risk and complications are much too high.

Tenants are sentenced to $ 45,000 for having impeded the sale of a building!

Published on by Me Robert Soucy

Tenants are sentenced to $ 45,000 for having impeded the sale of a building! - tenants damages claims building

Tenants are sentenced to $ 45,000 for having impeded the sale of a building!

The plaintiffs, owners of a building, claim damages from former tenants who, by their wrongful acts, have delayed the sale of the building. The defendants, tenants, ask to be informed when the owners decide to put the building up for sale.

May 2013 Housing Starts in Quebec

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May 2013 Housing Starts in Quebec

In Quebec urban centres, year-to-date residential housing starts are down by 26 per cent from last year. The magnitude of this decrease reflects both the situation of single-detached homes and multi-family dwellings