Section: Regulation

When the tenant in a condo has a domestic animal

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When the tenant in a condo has a domestic animal

An owner of a condo can choose to rent it to a tenant and the two of them will sign a lease for this purpose. In doing this, the co-owner is using his property by renting it to another person to generate rental income.

Rejecting a potential tenant for one of your dwellings

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Rejecting a potential tenant for one of your dwellings

One of our duties as the landlord of a dwelling is to guarantee that the other tenants in the building have peaceful enjoyment of the dwelling they have rented.

Quebec City adopts a new regulation to limit the conversion of rental residences into condominiums

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Quebec City adopts a new regulation to limit the conversion of rental residences into condominiums - EN-CA

Quebec City adopts a new regulation to limit the conversion of rental residences into condominiums

Henceforth, according to a regulation voted by the town council, buildings with residences will have to be empty during 10 years before being able to be converted into condominiums.

Bill 122: a move towards an increased regulation of the maintenance of buildings

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Bill 122: a move towards an increased regulation of the maintenance of buildings

On December 2, 2010, Bill No.122, titled the Act amending the Loi sur le bâtiment, relating to the modernization of building safety requirements was sanctioned by the National Assembly. According to the Government, ...

The APQ reminds the owners that the amount of their tax account must be taken into consideration at the time of the rent increases.

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The APQ reminds the owners that the amount of their tax account must be taken into consideration at the time of the rent increases. - EN-CA owner

The APQ reminds the owners that the amount of their tax account must be taken into consideration at the time of the rent increases.

“Indeed, according to the calculation form emitted each year by the Rental Board, every owner must make the real calculation and this calculation includes the difference between the amount of the taxes of the previous year and the one of the current year.