Repossessing a dwelling: the good faith of a senior property owner recognized by the Régie


In a decision issued by Marilyne Trudeau, Administrative Judge, the court dismissed a tenant's claim for damages against her former owner and landlord, alleging bad faith in the repossession of her dwelling. She relied on the fact that the beneficiary of the repossession, the son of the owner, has never inhabited the apartment after her departure. The claim totalled approximately $10,000, including the difference between the new and the old rent.

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