The Civil code of Quebec requires, in the case of the sale by a contractor of a residential building built or to be build to a person who acquires it to occupy it himself, that this sale be preceded by a preliminary contract which binds the two parties.
The lease is a contract between two parties, which comprises rights and obligations on both sides; the tenant is entitled to the maintenance in the premises for the whole duration of the lease, he also has the obligation to honour his engagement ...
In this particular case, the lease signed between the three parties did not envisage a joint responsibility of the tenant and guarantor towards the lessor, it is also shown that
However, article 2362 of the Civil code of Quebec indicates: “Where the suretyship is contracted with a view to covering future or indeterminate debts, or for an indeterminate period, the surety may terminate it after three years,
The parties are bound by a lease of the dwelling from July 1st until June 30th, 2010, at a monthly rent of 450 $. The building in which the dwelling is located comprises five housing units distributed on three floors.