Régie du logement
The lessor and the lessee of a dwelling (see Definitions) must comply with the conditions of the lease they signed and fulfil their respective obligations until the expiry of the lease.
NoteA room is not subject to the rules of the Régie du logement if
Obligations of the lessee during the leaseIn regard to the dwelling, the lessee must
Obligations of the lessee at the end of the leaseIn regard to the dwelling, the lessee must
After 90 days’ prior notice, the lessor may dispose of any movable property abandoned by the lessee at the end of the lease. Obligations of the lessor upon delivery of the dwelling to the lesseeOn the date agreed upon in the lease, the lessor must deliver the dwelling to the lessee in good habitable and clean condition and have made all the necessary repairs. Obligations of the lessor during the lease The lessor must
RecourseIn the event of a dispute between the lessor and the lessee concerning their respective obligations, either party may file an application with the Régie du logement. The parties will then have to prepare for a hearing. Proof of deliveryThe Régie recommends that notices between lessors and lessees be provided in one of the following ways:
In the event of a hearing, proof that a notice has been sent and received may be required.
DwellingPremises leased for residential purposes (apartment, house, room, land for a mobile home, dwelling in a cooperative, low-rental housing, etc.).
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