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27 May 2016
The following question is always asked regularly to us by members of the Boards of Directors of co-ownerships and by co-owners: “There is no one who would want to sit on the Board, can’t we then not just entrust everything to a manager and let him deal with all of it?” Our answer is no.
26 May 2016
A few weeks before the massive period of moves, many leases were signed and some units are still vacant. But after moving in, our tenants get to know their new neighbors. In most cases all goes well. Unfortunately, this is not always the case.
20 May 2016
In general, the conditions of admissibility of a legal action are interest, capacity and quality. The applicant must have a sufficient interest to be able to submit a request to the Régie du logement.When a request is signed by a person other than the applicant, even if the latter is correctly identified as the applicant on the procedure, such a request is contaminated by a flawed procedure. Sometimes the request of a landlord is submitted by an agent who is the manager of the dwelling belonging to the landlord. Moreover, the request may be signed by the daughter or the son of the landlord. This flaw in the procedure may lead to the rejection of the request. Otherwise, how can we remedy this defect?
18 May 2016
Highlights: National home sales rose by 3.1% from March to April. Actual (not seasonally adjusted) activity was up 10.3% compared to April 2015. The number of newly listed homes was little changed (-0.2%) from March to April. The MLS® Home Price Index (HPI) rose 10.3% year-over-year in April. The national average sale price climbed 13.1% in April from one year ago; net of the Greater Toronto Area and Greater Vancouver, it was up by 8.7% year-over-year.
13 May 2016
We did not send any notices of rent increases, neither did the tenant send anything to us, what is going on?In the absence of any notice from the tenant or by the landlord, after some delay, the lease is deemed to have been renewed. Thus, for a lease of twelve months or more, the time limit is three to six months before the end of the lease. For a lease of less than twelve months, the period of delay is one to two months before the end of the lease.

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15 April 2016
The parties are bound by a lease from 1 September 2015 to 31 August 2016, at a monthly rent of $259. This is a subsidized housing and adapted for the disabled. The tenant suffers from cerebral palsy since her birth and moves around using two wheelchairs, a manual one for inside and another, motorized one, for outside. Shortly after taking possession, the housing of the tenant is infested with bed bugs. It is accepted that on 25 June 2015 the problem was eliminated.
12 April 2016
When renting a dwelling it is important to respect the necessary steps to be taken in order to qualify our future tenant and ensure that the signing of a lease does not turn into a nightmare. The obligations of a rental housing owner are many: payment of expenses related to the building, maintenance of the building, ensuring the peaceful enjoyment of the premises for all the occupants of the dwelling, and many others.
08 April 2016
A recent judgment displays a situation where an owner had to request an access order to make visits for the re-renting of a housing. A few months later, i.e. after the end of the lease, and without having had a hearing yet, the owner asked damages with interest, additionally.
18 March 2016

The Association of Québec Landlords (APQ) notes with regret that the rental property owners are, once again, the big forgotten ones of Mr. Leitao’s budget.

“After LogiRenov, it is now Renovert that is offered to homeowners. But make no mistake! Not to all owners! If you have a dwelling and you want to renovate to improve the housing conditions, you will receive nothing!” says Martin Messier, President of the APQ.

Also, 1200 supplementary new rental units will be granted in 2016-2017 at a cost of $5 million.

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