Definition : Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms

Québec law, the object of which is to guarantee to any person the legal protection of  his fundamental rights. This applies to, in particular, the respect for the dignity of human beings, the equality of women and men, the recognition of the rights and freedoms to which they are entitled, and the protection against any type of discrimination.

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  I live in a co-ownership where there are a few smokers, one of which is located directly below me. His smoke migrates into my apartment. I am worried of its effects on my health in the medium and long terms, as well as that of my spouse and those of my two children. Question: Can our syndicate compel these smokers to install an air freshener in their apartment?
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  September 21, 2016 – on August 19, 2016, an interesting decision has been rendered by the Court of Québec (Honorable Pierre A. Gagnon, j.c.q.). It retains the liability of a contractor  holding of a license from the Régie du bâtiment du Québec(Quebec Building Board) and operating since 1998, and condemned  him to pay damages including damages to compensate the moral prejudice suffered by his  clients, based on Charter of human rights and freedoms. Here are the facts.
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