Section: Regulation

Damages caused by the decease of a tenant must be borne by the landlord

Published on by Me Robert Soucy

Damages caused by the decease of a tenant must be borne by the landlord - tenant apartment

Damages caused by the decease of a tenant must be borne by the landlord

The tenant was bound by a lease for the period going from the 1st of July 2007 to the 30th of June 2008. He died in his apartment on the 15th of October 2007. The tenant was living alone in his ...

Landlords: don’t forget to give the T4 slips to your tenants

Published on by Association des Propriétaires du Québec

Landlords: don’t forget to give the T4 slips to your tenants -

Landlords: don’t forget to give the T4 slips to your tenants

In Québec, all landlords of one or more rental units must fill out and give each of his/her tenant a T4 slip for income ...

In last resort, the tenant may decide not to renew the lease, meaning that he will leave the apartment at the end of the lease

Published on by Me Bill Kostopoulos

In last resort, the tenant may decide not to renew the lease, meaning that he will leave the apartment at the end of the lease - landlord notice tenant lease

In last resort, the tenant may decide not to renew the lease, meaning that he will leave the apartment at the end of the lease

To many landlords, it concerns the period during which they give notice to their tenants in order to inform them about the modifications they want to bring to ...

Series --- Owning a Dwelling in Montreal --- The City of Montreal Sets Rules for the Management of Dwellings

Published on by Me Jean-Olivier Reed

Series --- Owning a Dwelling in Montreal --- The City of Montreal Sets Rules for the Management of Dwellings -

Series --- Owning a Dwelling in Montreal --- The City of Montreal Sets Rules for the Management of Dwellings

All the owners of rental dwellings on the territory of the Island of Montreal must, since June of 2003, respect municipal regulations that provide a framework to deal with

The City of Montreal adopts a regulation aiming at diminishing the growing number of false fire alarms

Published on by Association des Propriétaires du Québec

The City of Montreal adopts a regulation aiming at diminishing the growing number of false fire alarms - alarm system intervention

The City of Montreal adopts a regulation aiming at diminishing the growing number of false fire alarms

As in several other cities in Quebec and in Canada, the City of Montreal has taken action to diminish the growing number of false fire alarms on its territory and to encourage landlords ...