It sometimes happens that particular circumstances bring co-owners having to sign a lease with a minor.
First, a tenant has the right to remain in the premises, in accordance with Section 1936 of the C.c.Q. This duty to respect the terms of the residential lease remains, even when the building in which he lives is sold to a new owner, principle coupled with Section 1886 of the C.c.Q. which states that the lease remains in force in spite of such a change.
Moreover, generally, the lease contains a section where one finds mainly information on the obligations and rights of the tenant and the landlord. It turns out to be very useful since it gives information relating to rules of law that are often mandatory and therefore it allows both parties to be adequately informed.
As a tenant, you have an obligation to occupy your dwelling with care and diligence, in accordance with Section 1855 of the C.c.Q. In addition, this right is reflected in several other requirements set by the law to you. In particular, according to Section 1862 of the C.c.Q., you must compensate the owner for any damage caused to the leased property.
Lors de la réfection d’une toiture, est-il possible de récupérer les vieux bardeaux d’asphalte?
A. Oui, certaines entreprises les récupèrent et les utilisent dans les enduits bitumineux.
B. Non, pas encore, mais des entreprises travaillent à trouver des moyens de les recycler.
C. Oui, ils peuvent être recyclés de manière à être transformés en bardeaux.
D. Non, ce matériau n’a aucun potentiel de revitalisation.
Who has not heard yet the saying that “no one is supposed to ignore the law”? In most cases ignorance of the law is not an excuse for committing a wrongful act or failing to act, such as the response to a notice when necessary. In reality, however, it is almost impossible to know all the laws that apply in every situation with legal implications. Everyone, however, has his share of responsibility as far as informing himself is concerned.