Section: Regulation

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.

A follow-up on Bill 122: safety requirements that could be expensive (1 of 2)

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A follow-up on Bill 122: safety requirements that could be expensive (1 of 2)

In the first of the incidents, a concrete flagstone was detached from an underground parking, crushing the car of a man and according to the coroner, constructional defects and deficient maintenance were determining.

The deposit does not compensate for all the errors of the past.

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The deposit does not compensate for all the errors of the past. - deposit

The deposit does not compensate for all the errors of the past.

In the field of rental law, the financial guarantees that can be required by a Quebec owner are not many. The one that remains, the deposit, is not a palliative solution for all the situations that are presented to

Does the tree of your neighbour do damage to your building, what are your rights?

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Does the tree of your neighbour do damage to your building, what are your rights?

The owner of the tree is responsible for the damage caused by his good, in particular under the terms of articles 1465 and 1467 of the Civil code of Quebec (CcQ). You are thus entitled by the law to ask your neighbour to