The repossession of a dwelling by the landlord is an important aspect of the exercise of the landlord's property rights which are already the subject of considerable legal restrictions.We need to keep in mind that the repossession process was
Many owners are unsure when they should turn on their building's central heating system. In Quebec, there is no precise date for turning on the heating system, but there is a minimum temperature that must be maintained. Indeed, ...
It can happen that a neighbour next door to your building disturbs your tenants in one way or another, through renovation/construction work, parties, noise, etc Can these have consequences for you as a landlord? Yes, they can.
The Régie du bâtiment du Québec makes a point of reminding the owners and the managers of buildings that vigilance and prevention remain the surest means to avoid a dramatic situation.
The tenant can make a claim for damages caused when the landlord repossesses the dwelling in bad faith. He may also ask that the landlord be condemned to pay punitive damages.