Section: Legal

Can one prevent a tenant from submitting a request for retractation ?

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Can one prevent a tenant from submitting a request for retractation ? - Roman EN-CA FR-CA normal tenant decision month hearing request retractation Régie logement Court Quebec MsoFootnoteReference

Can one prevent a tenant from submitting a request for retractation ?

A tenant can misuse his right to ask for a retractation of a decision rendered against him. The tenant can owe the lessor three months ...

What are the advantages of wage seizures via the employer compared to other seizures?

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What are the advantages of wage seizures via the employer compared to other seizures? - seizure

What are the advantages of wage seizures via the employer compared to other seizures?

Now let us compare firstly, the expenses caused by the wage seizure are less compared to a real estate seizure. Usually, legal expenses...

The governments of Canada are ordinary creditors

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The governments of Canada are ordinary creditors - EN-CA

The governments of Canada are ordinary creditors

The Supreme Court, in an unanimous decision, has just decided that all the governments of the country are ordinary creditors.

Housing unsuitable for Habitation (part 2)

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Housing unsuitable for Habitation (part 2) - problem

Housing unsuitable for Habitation (part 2)

It is about a request for cancellation of the lease due to insalubrity of the dwelling, a request for reduction of the rent, material and moral damage and the provisional execution of the decision. Rejected.

Housing unsuitable for Habitation (part 1)

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Housing unsuitable for Habitation (part 1) - tenant lessor

Housing unsuitable for Habitation (part 1)

It is about a demand for cancellation of the lease and damages-interests of the tenant and a request for recovery of rent as well as damage-interests of the landlord. Request of the tenant rejected. Request of the landlord accommodated.