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I have a Trust, you have a Trust, he has a Trust, we all have Trusts, but why is that so?

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I have a Trust, you have a Trust, he has a Trust, we all have Trusts, but why is that so?

The Trust exists in Quebec civil law since 1879. It was introduced nearly 13 years after the introduction of the Civil code of Lower Canada...

The landlord has the right to inspect and verify the condition of a dwelling in a reasonable manner

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The landlord has the right to inspect and verify the condition of a dwelling in a reasonable manner


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The landlord has the right to inspect and verify the condition of a dwelling in a reasonable manner

In the decision, the landlord had asked the Court to issue an order for access to the dwellings, ordering the tenant to provide the access code of the lock and/or the key...

Recourse in damage of the syndicate

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Recourse in damage of the syndicate

Recourse in damage of the syndicate – service contract - checking of a building safety system - failure of integral execution of the services agreed upon in the contract...

Can an owner repossess a dwelling to house his two-year old daughter?

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Can an owner repossess a dwelling to house his two-year old daughter?

The landlord who owns the building asks the Court to authorize him to repossess a dwelling to house his two-year old daughter and his ex common-law partner, the child's mother.

The signature of the lease and its implications

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The signature of the lease and its implications

The lease is the cornerstone of the contractual relationship between the landlord and the tenant. The lease, be it verbal or in writing, is formed when an agreement is arrived at between the parties on the essential aspects of the contract (description of the dwelling, price, lease term).