CORPIQ conducted several political interventions to prevent the publishing of a new lease whose new layout favours tenant rights. Despite its efforts, the lease came into effect in february 2015.
The new form and the Régie du logement have been frustrated landlords ever since. CORPIQ has criticized the housing authority particularly for eliminating the electronic version of the form.
The Régie now requires a license costing several thousand dollars to reproduce the lease electronically while maintaining the $1.99 per unit produced. This is highly unusual for a mandatory document.