Section: Regulation

Follow-up to July 1st, 2010

Published on by Martin A. Messier

Follow-up to July 1st, 2010 - EN-US tenant

Follow-up to July 1st, 2010

Each year we receive calls from property owners who are unsure how to interact with their new tenants at the beginning of this new landlord-tenant relationship.

The assessment of the premises: An important step at the time of departure of a tenant or handing-over of an apartment to a new tenant

Published on by Me Jean-Olivier Reed

The assessment of the premises: An important step at the time of  departure of a tenant or handing-over of an apartment to a new tenant - EN-CA dwelling tenant owner repair

The assessment of the premises: An important step at the time of departure of a tenant or handing-over of an apartment to a new tenant

During the handing-over of a dwelling, the assessment of the condition premises is an often neglected step.

How do the principal rules at the Régie du logement function? (part 2 of 2)

Published on by Me Bill Kostopoulos

How do the principal rules at the Régie du logement function? (part 2 of 2) - EN-CA notice lease dwelling tenant owner

How do the principal rules at the Régie du logement function? (part 2 of 2)

In general, the lease of a dwelling is renewed automatically at the end of its term for the same duration and with the same rent, except if the owner warns the tenant in writing that he wishes to increase it.

How do the principal rules at the Régie du logement function? (part 1 of 2)

Published on by Me Bill Kostopoulos

How do the principal rules at the Régie du logement function? (part 1 of 2) - EN-CA payment

How do the principal rules at the Régie du logement function? (part 1 of 2)

In Quebec, article 1904 of the Civil code of Quebec states that the lessor cannot require that each payment exceed one month of rent: he can require in advance only the payment of the first term of rent or, if...

What is a “foster home - foyer d’hébergement” according to article 1974 of the Civil Code of Quebec?

Published on by Me Robert Soucy

What is a “foster home - foyer d’hébergement” according to article 1974 of the Civil Code of Quebec? - EN-CA elderly service

What is a “foster home - foyer d’hébergement” according to article 1974 of the Civil Code of Quebec?

A tenant can cancel his lease, if he acts as an elderly person and if he is admitted in a permanent way into a “foyer d’hébergement”. It is enough to send a notice to the owner and the cancellation takes effect ...