Topic: Legal

Leaving one’s apartment devastated: important consequences of such a move

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Leaving one’s apartment devastated: important consequences of such a move

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.

Tightening of the rules surrounding private homes for the elderly

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Tightening of the rules surrounding private homes for the elderly

Holding a private residence for seniors has certain requirements. On the one hand, the law requires you to be certified from the moment you want to provide services and housing to elderly customers.

The legal consequences of a major fire in a residential lease

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The legal consequences of a major fire in a residential lease

A fire in an apartment building often has serious consequences for both the owners and the tenant. But beyond the human drama, many homeowners are asking themselves the question: What are the legal consequences of this event?

The Régie cancels two leases signed in fraud of the rights of the lessor

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The Régie cancels two leases signed in fraud of the rights of the lessor

Immeuble D.U.B. Inc., the landlady is the owner of a residential building located at 48-50, Place du Havre in Bois-des-Filions, consisting of a one-family unit, civic number 50, and a bachelor’s, street number 48.

The death of a tenant

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The death of a tenant

If a tenant lives alone and unfortunately dies, the executor of his estate, or by default an heir to the estate may terminate the lease. A 2-month delay applies to prevent the owner to terminate the lease and the notice must be sent within six months after