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Our news

November 2019

Conference about ''The drafting of contractual documents in construction'' for the benefit of of the Corporation des Entrepreneurs Généraux du Québec

On November 7th, Me Samuel Bergeron gave a conference about ''The drafting of contractual documents in construction'' for the benefit of of the Corporation des Entrepreneurs Généraux du Québec at PFD's Blainville office. We thank all the participants for attending!

September 2019

Fall cocktail of the youth wing of the CCITB

The fall cocktail of the youth wing of the Chambre de commerce et d'industrie Thérèse-de Blainville (CCITB) was held on September 25.

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PFD | Construction

Bill no.16: What changes in divided co-ownership law?

On April 3, 2019, the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing introduced Bill no.16, an omnibus bill to amend various legislative provisions pertaining to the Régie du logement, the Régie du bâtiment and divided co-ownership law.

PFD | Municipal

In what circumstances can a municipality issue an order to euthanize a dangerous dog?

On November 1rst, 2019, the Honourable Frédéric Bachand handed down a ruling in Trahan vs.Ville de Montréal (2019 QCCS 4607) on the provisions of the city of Montréal's animal control by-law as they pertain to dog euthanasia. A number of the provisions are also found in other municipal by-laws.