APQ Demands 2013


 Association of Quebec Landlords
Defending the rights and interests of property owners since 1984!


The APQ has provided more than one solution this year:

- In order to avoid undesirable consequences during the construction strike in June 2013 the APQ has made the tenants and the landlords aware about the rules surrounding verbal renewal of the lease for one month, the non-departure of a tenant ... etc. We have also set up a warehouse business directory, and a directory of movers who still had room to help people move in late June 2013.
- You found yourself burdened with a tenant who did not want to leave on July 1st? The APQ has taken care of your demands for “Eviction of an occupant without right.”


On April 10, 2013 the Association of Quebec Landlords (APQ) was consulted on legislation allowing a disabled person to be always accompanied by his/her dog. Following a petition submitted the request was to adopt a law that allows a person with a disability to be accompanied by his/her service dog not only in a public place, but also in his place of residence, whether this place is a condominium unit or a rental unit.

In September 2013, following the special consultations and public hearings on Bill 28, An Act to enact the new Code of Civil Procedure, the APQ submitted to the commission its reservations and comments, more in particular regarding the extension of time before the eviction of a tenant.

On November 27, 2013 were published in the Gazette officielle du Québec the Draft amendments to the Regulations concerning the mandatory lease forms and the particulars of a notice forwarded to a new lessee. The Association of Quebec Landlords (APQ), which had been consulted on this in 2012, wanted to make its recommendations.


December 12, 2013: Association of Quebec Landlords: These figures which do not reassure property owners, according to the 2013 fall rental report of the CMHC.

November 12, 2013: APQ: The RCLALQ has it all wrong, the title should be: “Rent control has a significant impact on the rental market.”

September 11, 2013: New assessment roll: The owners of apartment buildings will not have a choice, they will have to raise the price of housing according to the APQ, when in fact it is the City that causes the increase in rents!

July 1, 2013: Eviction of an occupant without right: the APQ takes care of your demands.

July 1, 2013: The APQ by your side this weekend of moving.

June 26, 2013: Tenants: Take out insurance and keep your peace of mind!

June 26, 2013: The Association of Quebec Landlords launches an assistance form to facilitate the moving activities of the 1st of July.

June 20, 2013: APQ: Worrisome vacancy rates in all regions according to a rental spring 2013 report from the CMHC.

June 19, 2013: The APQ advises the tenants: strike or not, you have to leave your dwelling at the end of the lease.

May 31, 2013: As we approach moving day, the need for a security deposit is increasingly felt.

May 14, 2013: the APQ addresses the growing problem of bedbugs: to cure such a situation, the cooperation of the tenants is paramount.

May 11, 2013: The APQ promotes assistance to the tenants rather than the construction of new housing for the poor.

21 March 2013: Response to the RCLALQ: The rental form, essential for both tenants and owners.

January 25, 2013: With lower and lower rental rate increases homeowners and tenants are threatened, according to the APQ (Association of Quebec Landlords).