Section: Regulation

“If the tenant does not open the door for me, I will break the lock and enter,”

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“If the tenant does not open the door for me, I will break the lock and enter,”

After contacting the appropriate departments of the City of Montreal, here are the answers we obtained in connection with the duties and powers of a municipal inspector.

Regulations to improve the security in the building

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Elles s’adressent aux propriétaires et aux exploitants des bâtiments, des installations et des équipements assujettis.

Tours de refroidissement à l’eau: projet de règlement publié

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Tours de refroidissement à l’eau: projet de règlement publié

Cet important projet réglementaire, dont les exigences seront consignées au chapitre Bâtiment du Code de sécurité, précise les obligations des propriétaires

The soon to be coming into force of the Regulations to improve the security in the building

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The soon to be coming into force of the Regulations to improve the security in the building - regulation

The soon to be coming into force of the Regulations to improve the security in the building

Let us remind that in December 2010, Bill 122, being the Act amending the Building Act concerning, in particular, the modernization of the safety standards, went into effect without leaving the population indifferent.

Changes in lease forms, proposals from your Association (part 2)

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Changes in lease forms, proposals from your Association (part 2) - lease owner would tenant obligation their

Changes in lease forms, proposals from your Association (part 2)

In Section C of the lease it is stated as follows: Whether the lease be either of fixed or indeterminate duration, the owner may not terminate it (except as provided by law). That's all right, but, on the other hand, why is this statement only intended for the owners?