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Explore the implications of Quebec’s Bill 96, requiring French translations for judgments rendered in English starting June 2024. Impact on Quebec’s judicial system. […]
Règlement piscines résidentielles
The Quebec government has strengthened regulations on residential pool safety, particularly regarding fences and access doors. All pools, whether constructed before 2020 or new, must comply with the rules by September 30, 2025, or face fines. […]
It is common practice for syndicates of co-owners to install and operate surveillance cameras within the buildings they administer. The purpose is often to deter theft or vandalism and to ensure the safety of the occupants. […]
The question may seem trivial, not to say obvious. Everyone is free to do what they want at home. Live and let live. In co-ownerships, as it is often the case, the answers are more subtle and the questions numerous. […]
Does the syndicate have the right to access my residential unit as it wishes? This question is frequently asked, and it is far from surprising: our residence is inviolable, and no one can access it without our consent. […]
Claims, specifically, water damage claims, are a real plague in co-ownerships. Water easily seeps in everywhere and creates considerable immediate damages which often involve more than one unit. The legislator has adopted several bills in the last few years to amend multiple articles of the Civil Code of Québec concerning the management of a claim in co-ownership. […]

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