This month, Mr. Robert Soucy, lawyer at the APQ, explains why you always have to write agreements with your tenants. Let us therefore never forget the maxim: Words fly away, but writings remain.
In this edition Me Annie Lapointe explain that the end of life does not put an end to the lease. The lease contract is one of those to which death does not put an end. Indeed, the law clearly provides that the death of one of the parties does not lead to the termination of the lease.
This month, Me Jean-Olivier Reed explain the fault in the context of a disaster and that the landlords do not always have to pay for damage caused by their tenants.
In this edition, we are talking about the cold blood that we must all have, despite the temptation of social media.
In this edition, Annie Lapointe explains to you how to minimize the damage in the event of abandonment.
In this edition, Me Jean-Olivier Reed explain to the Régie du logement confirms the right to take pictures.
In this edition, Me Robert Soucy explain the tenant sues the landlord for damages with interest and punitive damages with interest as a result of eviction in bad faith by the landlord.
This month, Me Jean-Olivier Reed explain the non-renewal of the lease for sublett ing for more than 12 months.
In this édition, M. Messier talk to you to Smoke in the dwellings. Smoke from cigarettes or from smoking marijuana is often badly perceived in a building. The odours from the fumes can indeed cause inconvenience to your other tenants.
In this edition, Mr. Lapointe explains how you could be responsible for an electricity bill to be paid by the former owner and this, quite legally.