Quebec landlords have to enforce cannabis ban on properties by January 15 | Daily Hive Montreal

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The government is reminding Quebec’s landlords that they have until January 15 to inform tenants if their leases will be modified to ban cannabis.

The deadline for Quebec landlords to inform their tenants on whether their leases will be modified to ban cannabis on the property is quickly approaching.

Landlords in the province have been eligible to send notices to their tenants since legalization came into effect on October 17 and have until Tuesday, January 15 to enforce the modification.

Once tenants receive notice of the proposed change to their existing lease, they would then have 30 days to contest it to the Régie du logement.

Source: Quebec landlords have to enforce cannabis ban on properties by January 15 | Daily Hive Montreal