Housing law concerns all the provisions surrounding the relationship between the owner of a property and the tenant. This relationship is structured around a lease contract that determines the obligations of each party. The legislation also provides different legal provisions to ensure a respectful relationship between the landlord and the tenant. The lease contract is therefore a central point of the law of housing, hence the importance of being assisted by a competent lawyer, to avoid any ambiguity in the terms of the contract.
LEGISLATION AND IMPORTANT DECISIONS
Amendments to the Act respecting the Tribunal Administratif du Logement - Decisions adjudicating cases of modification of a condition of the lease -Project No. 131 - 2010
1. Silencer Gaétn Nadeau inc. c. Pelchat, (2004-04-14): The landlord's obligation to provide the tenant with the peaceful enjoyment of the leased property includes a few exceptions: force majeure, third-party acts and urgent repairs
2. 2020 University Associates v. Riauchi, (CS., 2007-07-05): The peaceful enjoyment of the leased premises extends not only to the leased space described in the lease, but also to all that is necessary for the use of the leased premises
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