This month, it's all about Notice of modifcation of the conditions of the lease : Beware of errors that can be very costly!
This month, we discuss subletting and the reasons for refusal in the context of a sublet, unpaid rents as well as the estimated 2022 increase rates.
In this edition, we discuss the subject of housing repossession and the essential criteria for it. Also it will be question of the rental without lease and the income of the tenant.
This month, several topics discussed: the roof is leaking, the repossession of housing you are entitled to it, the visit of the premises by the Tribunal and the Supreme Court establishes that the house must be for every Canadian his ultimate refuge.
This month, in a recent case heard by the Tribunal Administratif du logement (1) the TAL had to rule on the existence of a lease for the dwelling and on the issue of damages claimed by the tenant and the reimbursement of one month's rent deposit, which had been paid in the amount of $580, at the time the lease was signed.
In this edition, Me Jean-Olivier Reed explains the concept of serious prejudice: What is serious prejudice? Not all lease violations justify terminating the lease. -Analysis in the context of frequent delay in the payment of rent.
This month, Me Annie Lapointe talks about Eviction and ignorance of the law. It can be costly. We cannot limit ourselves to taking the tenant's property out of the dwelling simply because the lease is “terminated.” Such a practice is tantamount to taking the law into one's own hands and may constitute an infringement of the tenant's rights and lead to an order to pay damages.
In this newspaper, Me Soucy speaks of a request for repossession of the dwelling by the landlord which was granted even if relations with the tenant have been more strained in recent months.
In this newspaper, Martin Messier speaks of a recent judgment whose request for a reduction was refused. The tenant complained of discomfort with the lack of insulation in the windows and doors in her apartment.
In this volume, the Association des Propriétaires du Québec (APQ) presents the most read articles of the last three years.