The Discipline Committee of the OACIQ has revoked Sandra Mercier's licence following her guilty plea on various counts.
To help consumers who enlist the services of a real estate broker gain a better understanding of each step of their transaction through which they will be guided by their broker, the OACIQ today unveils the all-new version of the Buyer’s Guide.
Study of Bill 16: The OACIQ is excited about the government's openness to oversee co-ownership property managers
The OACIQ is following with great interest the work of the Committee on Planning and the Public Domain on Bill 16 for the purpose, among other things, of regulating divided co-ownership.
The OACIQ publishes Trust in action – Highlights 2018 which presents the various actions taken by the Organization over the past year to fulfill the important mission entrusted to it by the Government of Quebec–to protect consumers.
Fraud Prevention Month: Once again the OACIQ undertakes to closely monitor illegal brokerage schemes
In this fraud prevention month, the OACIQ reiterates its commitment to closely monitor real estate fraudulent practices, especially illegal brokerage activities, and invites consumers to take some precautions.
The RDV OACIQ 2018 event, which has just ended at the Saint-Hyacinthe Convention Centre is the latest action taken by the OACIQ as part of its concrete initiative to increase public trust in real estate brokerage transactions.
The OACIQ is pleased to announce the coming into force of the mandatory form Declarations by the seller of the immovable – Divided co-ownership for consumers dealing with a real estate broker.
The OACIQ puts its expertise behind Bill 401 regulating divided co-ownership and building inspection
The Organisme d’autoréglementation du courtage immobilier du Québec (OACIQ) welcomes the introduction of Bill 401, and more specifically the measures proposed to regulate building inspection and co-ownership, which we have been advocating for over ten years.
After a long process, Bill 141 amending the Real Estate Brokerage Act has just been adopted by the National Assembly.
The OACIQ sanctioned three brokers who carried out brokerage transactions while their licence was suspended
Licence suspensions, ranging from 30 to 120 days with fines, have recently been imposed on brokers to highlight the seriousness of offences and protect the public.
After admitting his guilt before the OACIQ Discipline Committee, a real estate broker was ordered suspension periods for a total of 30 days and fines totalling $2,000.
Notice regarding the notification procedure introduced following the coming into force of the new Code of Civil Procedure
With the coming into force of the new Code of Civil Procedure on January 1, 2016 and, therefore, the authorization to notify by any appropriate method, including by technological means...
The OACIQ submitted a brief to the Government concerning the future of real estate brokerage and public protection
Brossard (Québec), October 1, 2015 – The Organisme d’autoréglementation du courtage immobilier du Québec (OACIQ) has just tabled a brief in which it responds to two main issues raised by the Québec Ministry of Finance in a Report on the Application of the Real Estate Brokerage Act: self-regulation as a model of governance of the OACIQ, and the importance of protecting the public in any real estate and mortgage transaction. The OACIQ is concerned about certain directions that could be taken by the Ministry and their effects on public protection.
Launch of the Mandatory Continuing Education Program for all Québec real estate and mortgage brokers
Brossard (Québec), April 30, 2015 – Starting tomorrow, the world of real estate and mortgage brokerage in Québec will begin the very first cycle of its new Mandatory Continuing Education Program.
Montréal (Québec), October 11, 2013- the Organisme d’autoréglementation du courtage immobilier (OACIQ) has just filed a motion for declaratory judgment against DuProprio inc. company with the Quebec Superior Court in Civil Matters. The aim of this motion is to determine whether the activities of DuProprio violate the Real Estate Brokerage Act, as maintained by the OACIQ.
Lawsuit against DuProprio Inc. – Concerned by the decision of the Court, the OACIQ is assessing its options
Brossard (Québec), July 24, 2013 – On July 19, the OACIQ received from the Superior Court of Québec, chaired by the Honourable François Huot, a judgment confirming the one rendered in November 2011 by the Court of Quebec, acquitting DuProprio Inc. of the six (6) charges laid against the company.
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