Section: Legal

Don't wait !

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Don't wait ! - FR-CA

Don't wait !

Too often our members use our legal services when the relationship between tenant and landlord has deteriorated to such an extent that the landlord can't envision a solution. Too many sleepless nights and disputes take place before...

Coming into force of the new Real Estate Brokerage Act (part 2)

Article locked Published on by Me Bill Kostopoulos

Coming into force of the new Real Estate Brokerage Act  (part 2) - person brokerage transaction relating engage property immovable owner

Coming into force of the new Real Estate Brokerage Act (part 2)

Additionally, unless they use a title that is restricted under the law, the following persons and partnerships are not subject to this Act with regard to the brokerage transactions specified:

Coming into force of the new Real Estate Brokerage Act (part 1)

Article locked Published on by Me Bill Kostopoulos

Coming into force of the new Real Estate Brokerage Act  (part 1) - regarding

Coming into force of the new Real Estate Brokerage Act (part 1)

On April 14, 2010, the Québec provincial government published parliamentary Decree 294-2010 declaring the coming into force of the new Real Estate Brokerage Act, as well as seven associated provincial regulations.

Can the son of a common-law spouse benefit from the repossession of a dwelling ?

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Can the son of a common-law spouse benefit from the repossession of a dwelling ? - dwelling civil lessor

Can the son of a common-law spouse benefit from the repossession of a dwelling ?

The owner asks for the authorization to repossess a dwelling inhabited by the tenant since 1993 for the benefit of the son of his common-law spouse. She is the sole owner of the building which has two rental units.

It is possible to obtain the cancellation of the lease despite the tenant's bankruptcy.

Article locked Published on by Me Bill Kostopoulos

It is possible to obtain the cancellation of the lease despite the tenant's bankruptcy. - tenant

It is possible to obtain the cancellation of the lease despite the tenant's bankruptcy.

In the decision Bernier v. McCarthy, the landlord requested the cancellation of the lease and the expulsion of the tenant, the payment of unpaid rent, and the rent that had become due by the time of the hearing, plus the provisional execution of...