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21 November 2014
As a result of what has been written previously it is recommended to choose the person most suitable to take care of your belongings that represent your investment as well as of your person while you can do it! There are therefore two separate sections in a protection mandate, i.e. the protection of your person and property protection. In the section concerning your property you give the right to a person, the agent, to perform certain actions on your behalf in the event that you are incapacitated.
19 November 2014
In the interest of recycling and of waste reduction several municipalities amend their rules and address the issue in order to reduce the amount of waste.
18 November 2014
Housing starts in Quebec were trending at 32,527 units in October, compared to 32,713 units in September, according to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC). The trend is a six-month moving average of the monthly seasonally adjusted annual rates (SAAR) of housing starts.
14 November 2014
In a recent judgment of the Court of Quebec, Small Claims Division1, the Court had to decide whether the cost of structurally repairing the floor of a condo should be borne by the co-owner or the syndicate. A couple, owners of a unit in the co-ownership, claims $246.75 for damage in the structure of the floor of the bathroom of their condominium. The couple believes that this concerns a common portion, and therefore the responsibility of the syndicate of co-owners.
12 November 2014
Even though this story happened in Toronto it can also be repeated in Quebec: a young pregnant girl under 18 was denied renting an apartment by a landlord because she was less than 18 years of age.

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10 October 2014
The tenant appealed against a decision of the Régie du logement ordering him to dispose of his two dogs who live with him in an apartment of the Office Municipal d’Habitation. The tenant argued that the presence of his Schnauzer dwarf at his side is necessary for his well-being and that other small pets are allowed in the building (cats, birds, etc…).
26 September 2014

The Association of Quebec Landlords (APQ) reacts to the publication of the 2013-2014 Annual Report of the Régie du logementand responds to tenant associations who note that the same problems are still present: important issues on waiting times and the Régie du logementhas not received the additional resources it needs.

Total number of cases
2011-2012 78,468
2012-2013 73,724
2013-2014 72,485

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16 September 2014

The Association ofQuebec Landlords(APQ) is pleased to learn that Bill190, an Act preventingeviction of tenantsfrom December 1 toMarch 31as well as the repossessionof a housingwhen one of the occupantsis a person of 65 years oldor morewill not be adopted.

“Québec
Solidairewanted to prevent a person aged65 or overto reside in one of thedwellingsof his/her children,close to them, to allowanother elderlypersonto live there! Where is the logic and the protection of the rights of the ascendants in all ofthat!” saysMartinMessier,president of the APQ.

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12 September 2014
By an appeal introduced on March 6, 2013 the owner requests the termination of the lease and the eviction of the tenant, the recovery of the rent ($1400) as well as the rent due at the time of the hearing. Moreover, the owner asked for termination of the lease on the grounds that the tenant often pays the rent late. The owner, at the hearing, acknowledged that the tenant had paid the rent due, together with court costs and that no money was owed to him.