April 17th, 2020- Co-ownership law is in full swing and is currently undergoing major reform. But what about the tacit amendments to the Declaration of Co-Ownership and the building regulations? For example, if a co-owner has been using unused space in the garage for more than ten years to store their personal property, do they have the right to use it indefinitely? Will the person eventually buying this unit also be able to use this space to store their property?
February 16, 2017- It is sometimes difficult for co-owners to figure out, at the organizational stage of their syndicate, their rights and obligations .The function of director is often complex, but it is even more so when the first directors replace the provisional director of the syndicate, in essence the representative of the developer.
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.