The landlord pays the evicted tenant a three-month rent allowance and reasonable moving expenses. If the tenant feels that the injury he has suffered justifies a higher compensation, he can ask the court to determine the amount of the compensation. Compensation must be paid at the end of the lease; Moving costs must be paid on presentation of vouchers (Article 1965 Civil Code of Quebec). Leases are sold in the offices of the Administrative Housing Tribunal, in bookstores and through Quebec publications (1-800-463-2100). The rental form can also be purchased online on the Publications du Québec website. This does not apply to a lease agreement with a fixed period that must be respected until it expires, except in cases provided for by law or with the agreement of the lessor. For more information, see our article A Tenant`s Right to Cancel a Lease. In the event of a breach of this obligation, the lessor may demand the discrediting of the lease (Article 1860 Civil Code of Quebec). If the tenant does not inform the landlord of his intention not to renew the tenancy agreement within the allotted time, the tenancy agreement is automatically renewed for the same period and under the same conditions as the previous tenancy agreement (unless a notice of amendment has been received and accepted by the lessor; see above). For example, in the case of a one-year lease, a taker who did not inform the lessor of his wish to terminate the lease would be held responsible for a new one-year lease. (Article 1946 Civil Code of Quebec) … Do not allow a tenant to terminate their tenancy agreement. The tenant can always try to get an agreement with the landlord.
Remember, any agreement between the landlord and the tenant must be written. Quebec law authorizes a rent increase when a new tenant occupies a rental unit; However, at the time of the closing agreement, the landlord must provide the tenant with a notice indicating the lowest rent in the 12 months prior to the start of the lease. The tenant can challenge the rent and ask the Housing Authority to set his rent (Article 1896 Civil Code of Quebec). · for the rental of an apartment rented by a student in an educational institution, In notification of the amendment, the lessor must inform the tenant of his right to refuse in writing the proposed changes to the rental agreement within 1 month of Dernot. After receiving the tenant`s written refusal, the landlord has 1 month from the receipt of the act of objection to take new conditions with the Housing Authority. If the landlord does not apply to the Housing Authority, the rental agreement is renewed on the same terms and conditions. (Articles 1945 and 1947 Civil Code of Quebec) Remember that you only have 30 days to respond to a written notice from your landlord, since your lease will automatically be renewed for an additional 12 months if the landlord has offered the rent. The three-month period does not apply in this case. Your rent certainly includes certain restrictions, for example. B if you can keep pets or smoke in the apartment or building, or if there is parking or quiet periods that need to be respected.
For more information on the termination of the lease due to a late rental, please see the late payment of the rent (above). Then look for a mention of the deposits. They are sometimes called damage or security deposits. This money must be kept in trust by the landlord until you move, unless there is rent that has been left unpaid or the furniture has been damaged. If there is no mention of a deposit, but the landlord has asked you for one, first check to see if deposits are allowed in your province, then ask that they be included in the lease before handing over money. In the absence of another agreement, the rent is due on the first day of each month (or weekly if the lease is made on a weekly basis). The rent is valid late the day after the deadline. When the lease is terminated for security reasons, the taker must submit a notification containing a certificate issued by an official or official appointed by the Minister of J