Section: Regulation

What are the criteria that allow the landlord to change a condition of the lease at its renewal?

Published on by Me Robert Soucy

What are the criteria that allow the landlord to change a condition of the lease at its renewal?  - landlord tenant lease Régie Court

What are the criteria that allow the landlord to change a condition of the lease at its renewal?

The landlord owns a building of more than 200 units including the one occupied by the tenant. The landlord has given notice in writing to the tenants of his intention to modify the lease, upon renewal, in order to include the removal

The transfer of a dwelling and what happens in case of death (part 2)

Published on by notaires Me Annie Lapointe et Vanessa Gendron

The transfer of a dwelling and what happens in case of death (part 2) - child spouse property estate trust

The transfer of a dwelling and what happens in case of death (part 2)

It is important to know that when a minor child is a heir, the Law provides a lot of control mechanisms to ensure that the goods received by it are protected. First, when a minor inherits a sum of more than $ 25,000, the Law requires a judicial

The transfer of a dwelling and what happens in case of death

Published on by notaires Me Annie Lapointe et Vanessa Gendron

The transfer of a dwelling and what happens in case of death - children profit inherit spouse

The transfer of a dwelling and what happens in case of death

A building is definitely an important investment in a lifetime, it is thus essential to plan what you want to do with it to make it as profitable as possible, either by assigning it to your children, by selling it to keep the profit,

Urgent repairs

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Urgent repairs - owner tenant

Urgent repairs

The owner of an apartment building has the responsibility to carry out, in the shortest possible time, work considered to be urgent and necessary to ensure the preservation or the enjoyment of his dwellings.

A follow-up on Bill 122: safety requirements that could be expensive (2 of 2)

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A follow-up on Bill 122: safety requirements that could be expensive (2 of 2) - building

A follow-up on Bill 122: safety requirements that could be expensive (2 of 2)

We encourage the Government in its policy regulating maintenance of the buildings for an increased safety. However, we presented, during the period of consultation of the draft Regulations, our comments in certain respects.