However, these restrictions are to be mentioned when renting such a dwelling; if they are not mentioned, they should not be mounted by the lessor against the lessor. · for the rental of land for a mobile home and when a lessor does not make repairs or improvements that he must make under the lease agreement or the law, the tenant can ask the court for permission to carry them out himself. In the case of an indeterminate lease, termination is granted six months before the date of withdrawal or expulsion. (Article 1960, paragraph 2, of the Civil Code of Quebec) Instead, the lease would be renewed at regular intervals on the basis of the time agreed between the lessor and the tenant at the beginning of the lease. Sometimes the landlord will change the rent or other terms of the lease during the periodic renewal period. In this case, the tenant would have two options: accept the terms and stay in the property, or terminate the lease. When the rental unit is subject to the provisions relating to the provisions relating to the enjoyment, use and maintenance of the dwelling and community premises, the lessor is required to provide a copy of the statutes to the tenant before the conclusion of the tenancy agreement. The statutes are part of the lease agreement (Article 1894 of the Civil Code of Quebec). An assignment is made when the tenant hands over all his rights to a third party as part of a tenancy agreement for the remainder of the tenancy agreement.
When a tenant sells the rental property and the landlord accepts the transfer, the landlord no longer has any right to the property. At the end of the tenancy period, the landlord returns the damage/guarantee guarantee to the tenant minus any deductions for unpaid damages or rents. A rental agreement is automatically terminated when a tenant leaves the apartment without good reason or without proper notification/authorization. It is considered an abandonment when a tenant removes all his property from the apartment and does not return. However, the lease agreement may be terminated if the premises are considered uninhabitable (Article 1975 Civil Code of Quebec) Footnotes: (Article 1912 Civil Code of Quebec) The following elements provide the same remedies as non-compliance with an obligation arising from the lease: At the time of the conclusion of a lease agreement, The lessor is required to provide the new taker with a notice indicating the lowest rent paid in the 12 months prior to the start of the lease or the rent set by the court during the same period, which includes all others prescribed by government rules.