The above restrictions must be mentioned when renting such a dwelling; If they do not appear in the lease, they cannot be put in place by the landlord against the tenant (Article 1955 Civil Code of Quebec) Tenants may wish to terminate their leases so that they can move their dwellings before their leases expire. Tenants can only terminate their leases in specific cases. Upon entering into the tenancy agreement, the landlord must provide the new tenant with a notice indicating the lowest rent in the last months prior to the start of the lease or the rent set by the court during the same period, depending on the situation, and with all other individuals prescribed by the government decree. The lessor is not required to make a notification in the event of the rental of a property covered by Sections 1955 and 1956 (Article 1896, paragraph 1, of the Civil Code of Quebec). In the case of an oral lease, the taker must provide the taker with the “mandatory letter” form within 10 days of the contract. This form is sold in the offices of the Housing Authority (Article 1895 Civil Code of Quebec). Yes, but if the rental agreement allows pets or if the lease does not solve this problem, pets are allowed in the accommodation. The tenant should consult the status of the building he rents, as he may have a rule against pets. The statutes are considered part of the tenancy agreement and the lessor is required to give a copy of the statutes to the tenant before the conclusion of the tenancy agreement. The owner is required to deliver the apartment in good condition. (Article 1910 Civil Code of Quebec).
If the lessor does not carry out repairs or if the premises are no longer habitable, the tenant can ask the Housing Authority to have the lease terminated. However, such restrictions are mentioned in the lease of such a residence; if they are not mentioned at all, they should not be mounted against the tenant by the landlord. It is not entirely clear whether a clause in the tenancy agreement prohibiting smoking within the limits of the rental unit is valid and binding. Smoking is prohibited in all common areas of residential buildings with six or more residential buildings, whether the buildings are condominium or not. A friend of mine has an apartment in Hull and the lease is in August, but he has to move earlier than that. The landlord has already found another tenant, had the new tenant sign a lease and contacted my friend and said the lease was signed. The new tenant has to move on April 1 and my friend will be there until the end of March and has paid the rent for this month. The landlord insists that she pay him one month`s rent as compensation for the lease.
Does my friend have to pay legally? A lease cannot be terminated by the payment of a penalty. There is no cap on rent increases and landlords can try to impose a significant increase on a new tenant. The Tenant Rights Association, a tenant lobby group, reviews annual fees for landlords and provides for a percentage rent increase. The goal is to help tenants decide whether the increase they are asking for is appropriate. If you would like to know the forecast for the current year, please contact the Housing Authority (514-873-2245) before signing the lease. You have the right to know the amount of rent paid by the last tenant and, if it has been excessively increased, you can ask the landlord to justify the increase.