RENTQUEBECAPARTMENTS.COM is committed to effectively maintain on its Web site, for all the duration agreed upon at the time of the order by means of the Web site of RENTQUEBECAPARTMENTS.COM or by any other agreement between the CLIENT and RENTQUEBECAPARTMENTS.COM, any advertisement placed on the Web site of RENTQUEBECAPARTMENTS.COM, regardless of the fact, by example, that the good being the subject of an advertisement can be rented within a time shorter than that for which this good was to be announced during the ordering of its publication.
The applicable law for the products sold by MCW is the law of the Province of Quebec, Canada. MCW shall not be liable for damages of any kind, whether direct or indirect, material or immaterial, or bodily harm (to the extent limitation of such liability is permitted by applicable law), resulting from its negligence, or from malfunctioning, improperly assembled, abused or misused products. The liability of MCW will be limited, in any case, to the amount of the Order but MCW will not be liable for simple errors or omissions which could arise despite the precautions taken in the presentation, sale and delivery of the products. In case of dispute in the application of the present contract, the parties shall make reasonable efforts, before instituting any legal action, to reach an amicable settlement.
Under the Rental of Residential Property Act, a landlord is not responsible for damages to a tenant's personal property. If a tenant wishes to be compensated for losses or damages to their personal belongings, the tenant should obtain tenant insurance. If a tenant believes he has a cause of action against the landlord for personal injury and/or damages to personal property, the tenant may pursue the matter in the Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island.
When you sign a lease, you are promising under contract that you will pay rent to the landlord. This is a legal obligation that courts take seriously. You may be liable to the landlord for loss of revenue that the landlord suffers as a result of you not paying the rent, even if you have a good reason for not being able to take possession. In some situations it may be less costly for you to simply take possession and immediately serve notice that you will be vacating as soon as the notice period expires - it may sometimes be better to pay for one or two months' rent than to go to court and be forced to pay more.
immediately notify the manager of the buildings of which the Premises is a part of in person, by office telephone at Condo Office Phone Number, or by emailing Condo Office Email Address, and thereafter the Landlord by cellular telephone at Owner Phone, of any emergencies, dangerous conditions or defects in and about the Premises or Furnishings of which either Tenant becomes aware
The expiry of the lease does not necessarily terminate the rental arrangement. If a "Periodic" term is selected, the lease will automatically renew based on the same terms as the first lease, unless it is varied by giving proper notice as required by statute. So a "Periodic monthly lease" that continues for one year is actually 12 separate, automatically renewing leases. The lease will continue to renew automatically until one of the parties wishes to terminate the lease (by giving proper notice as required by statute).