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Des situations juridiques sous un angle simplifié


  1. Do I have to pay my rent… to the bank?

    Do I have to pay my rent… to the bank?

    Gilles in Laval asked us the following question: “I live in Duvernay and I rent my house from an old friend. The house has gotten a little rundown and my friend isn’t able to pay for renovations because he is out of work. So I don’t make a big deal [ … ]

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  2. Latent defects: the burden of proving hidden defects

    Latent defects: the burden of proving hidden defects

    Although we most often hear about latent defects when purchasing a new home or property, it should be noted that the legal warranty (or warranty against latent defects) provided in the Civil Code of Quebec, is not limited to real estate but can be [ … ]

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    Real estate deals: put it ALL in writing!

    Real estate deals: put it ALL in writing!

    The real estate market has taken an important position in today’s economy and almost everyone wants in. As such, it is important to understand some of the basics in that regard. Take, for example, a recent matter on which we were consulted. A [ … ]

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    Grouping of multiple lawsuits before the Court

    In a context where a corporation faces multiple independent law suits from a given party and before the same jurisdiction (or Court), things can take long and get expensive very quickly. It may therefore be useful for either party to request the [ … ]

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