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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.

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Edition: May 2021

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.

Edition: April 2021

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.

Edition: Spring 2021, Vol. 2

In this volume, the Association des Propriétaires du Québec (APQ) presents the most read articles of the last three years.

Edition: Spring 2021, Vol. 1

In this volume, we discuss the irregularity of a lease modification notice that he finds. The tenant must show good faith and quickly report to the owner.

Edition: January 2021

In this edition, Me Robert Soucy talks about Is the recording of a conversation without a person’s knowledge admissible as evidence?

Edition: December 2020

In this edition, Me Robert Soucy talks about a decision of Tribunal administratif du logement (TAL). A tenant must give a medical certifcate which contains a diagnosis, a dosage and a duration of treatment to counter.

Edition: November 2020

This month, we talk about a judgment from Tribunal administratif du logement (TAL) which orders the tenant to keep the peace and be of good behavior.

Edition: October 2020

This month, Me Soucy talks about frequent delays : What is the burden of proof for the landlord who must demonstrate serious prejudice following frequent delays in paying rent?

Edition: September 2020

This month, on August 31, 2020, the Régie du logement became the Tribunal Administratif du logement (TAL), which has several consequences for rental housing owners.

Edition: July 2020

This month, we are discussing the wearing of masks in rental properties and condominiums.