In Quebec, one of the cornerstones of residential leases legislation is the tenants right to maintain their premises. Thus, as a general rule, the tenant may remain in the dwelling as long as he or she respects the conditions of the lease. This rule definitely protects the tenant from dishonest landlords, but it puts those who wish to repossess their dwelling to house themselves or a family member in a precarious situation.
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