Quebec Real Estate – Real Property Law
Real Property Law is a non-essential branch of Civil Law that is based on the provisions of the Civil Code. Real Property law is the body of rules of law that regulate everything pertaining to immovables. It is also composed of rules arising from what is commonly called statute law, for example agrarian law and environmental law. This document examines the general legal notions applicable to the field of real estate and which are within the realm of Civil Law as contained in the Civil Code of Quebec.
The legal presumptions will vary both in their nature and their effects, depending on whether the property is immovable or not and, beyond the obvious, major nuances will have to be considered.
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