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The presence of mice does not necessarily mean that an apartment is unfit for habitation

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The presence of mice does not necessarily mean that an apartment is unfit for habitation

In the case of Hekmati vs. Dimitrescu, the tenant filed a request with the Rental Board on February 2nd, 2009 to cancel the lease. He also asks for a 100% reduction of the rent retroactive to January 2009, monetary damages of 5,000$, the return of the deposit ...

The progression of a bill (part 2)

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The progression of a bill (part 2)

At stages 4, 5 and 6, the bill can be amended, i.e. its author (MNA or Minister) or another MNA can make modifications there. However, at the time of the last stage, that is to say the adoption of the bill, only...

The progression of a bill (partie 2)

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The progression of a bill (partie 2)

It appeared important to us to reconsider the process of adoption of a bill to understand well where to place this project which is so important to limit procedural abuse.

Modification of the Act respecting property tax refund

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Modification of the Act respecting property tax refund

In a speech on March 30, 2010, the Québec Finance Minister, Mr Raymond Bachand, announced an important modification to the Act respecting property tax refunds.

Judgment: Too much noise in the apartment

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Judgment: Too much noise in the apartment

The lessor claims the cancellation of the lease of the tenant because of her behaviour and the significant number of complaints for excessive noise of which she has been the object.