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The APQ publishes a monthly newspaper, called Le Propriétaire, which provides relevant information to owners, in addition to offering, on a regular basis, rebates with partners on products and services.

Wether it be forour legal articles or our revendications, the Le Propriétaire newspaper is the reference in real-estate.

Archives

Edition: August 2019

This month, Me Robert Soucy tackles Harassment of a tenant and reimbursement of the landlord's legal fees.

Edition: July 2019

This month, Martin Messier talks about Data theft, fraud, confidentiality, these are just some of the words that have been heard many times over during the last few weeks.

Edition: June 2019

This month, Me Lapointe addresses the subject of abandoned objects and Me Reed talks about the surprises, good or bad, of the new tenant.

Edition: May 2019

In this edition, Me Annie Lapointe talks about the law provides for a quality warranty, better known as a « hidden defects warranty ».

Edition: April 2019

This month, several articles talk about Bill 16, which reforms the Régie du logement; also new discounts at Home dépôt with the APQ.

Edition: March 2019

This month, Me Robert Soucy talks what evidence does the tenant have to provide to demonstrate that he can smoke cannabis for a medical reason.

Edition: February 2019

This month, Me Robert Soucy talks about the cannabis, the odour or smoke of cannabis must be recurrent and invasive.

Edition: January 2019

In this edition, Me Reed tells you about a decision of the Régie du logement that terminated a lease on a 2-bedroom unit whose origin was mainly a problem of noise. In this rental housing where 5 people live including 3 children of 3, 7 and 8 years old, respectively, it has also been shown that 6 or more young people were frequently present in this dwelling.

Edition: December 2018

This month, Martin Messier explains the terms and conditions allowing a landlord to repossess his dwelling because it's, unfortunately, much more complicated and restricted than one might think.

Edition: November 2018

This month, Me Robert Soucy explains that a tenant claims his time is worth US $10,000 an hour during a hearing for frequent late payments.