Section: Various

After the Flood (Part 1)

Published on by Association des Propriétaires du Québec

After the Flood (Part 1) - house

After the Flood (Part 1)

Quick Action is Very Important : Recent floods in Quebec and Manitoba remind us of the damage and the financial hardships homeowners experience after natural disasters.

YOU,RE RENTING OUT YOUR CONDO: YOUR NEW TENANT IS MOVING IN SOON

Published on by Me Kevin J. Lebeau

YOU,RE RENTING OUT YOUR CONDO: YOUR NEW TENANT IS MOVING IN SOON - tenant building bylaw co-owner moving

YOU,RE RENTING OUT YOUR CONDO: YOUR NEW TENANT IS MOVING IN SOON

This article is a follow-up to the one published in the last issue of June/July 2011 on the subject of tenants in condo buildings.

Graffiti, can one avoid them?

Published on by François Lemay

Graffiti, can one avoid them? - mural fresco

Graffiti, can one avoid them?

Certain Boroughs of the City and even of the South Shore of Montreal adopted a regulation allowing the realization of a pilot scheme of mural art.

Majority of Canadian boomers sitting on the sidelines when it comes to their investments

Published on by Banque TD

Majority of Canadian boomers sitting on the sidelines when it comes to their investments - Roman Canadian boomer their investment would

Majority of Canadian boomers sitting on the sidelines when it comes to their investments

TD offers advice for getting retirement savings back on track

The APQ sees the need for security deposits.

Published on by Me Martin A. Messier

The APQ sees the need for security deposits. - tenant

The APQ sees the need for security deposits.

After having disturbed the sleep of the other occupants of the building until 4 o’clock in the morning, a tenant is still asleep when the new tenant arrives to move in.