In a previous article we discussed a decision of the Régie du logement which recognized that a tenant could give up the public order of protection.(1) The public order of protection prevents the parties from condoning a lease agreement that goes against the sections of the Civil Code of Quebec. The parties could not agree that the landlord would have the right to increase the rent by giving notice to modify the lease, one month before the end of the lease for a one-year lease. Under the Civil Code, the landlord may give this notice, at least three (3) months but not more than six (6) months, before the end of the lease.
For the owner it is important to know what the concept of solidarity between multiple tenants means.
First, solidarity is similar to a greater level of responsibility for each one of the tenants as far as the payment of rent is concerned and, unavoidably, between themselves.
The landlord requires to terminate the lease for non-compliance with its obligations resulting from a decision rendered and the agreement between the parties.
On January 27, 2012, the landlord initiated a judicial action against the tenant based on the latter’s failure to meet her contractual obligations, in particular with regard to frequent delays in the payment of rent.
As a result of what has been written previously it is recommended to choose the person most suitable to take care of your belongings that represent your investment as well as of your person while you can do it! There are therefore two separate sections in a protection mandate, i.e. the protection of your person and property protection. In the section concerning your property you give the right to a person, the agent, to perform certain actions on your behalf in the event that you are incapacitated.
Even though winter may seem far away to you right now it is already time to think about your bid for a good snow removal service. So, you are looking for a reliable person and you want to avoid complications? That is not always a simple process.
Here is some useful information to help you in your efforts to obtain, as much as possible, a quality service at a reasonable cost each year.