Au cours de votre transaction, il se peut que votre courtier vous dirige vers un expert en droit reconnu, tel un avocat ou un notaire, afin de répondre à vos questions d’ordre juridique et ainsi protéger les intérêts des différentes parties à la transaction.
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.
Appearing before a parliamentary committee today to present its comments on Bill 16, the OACIQ reiterates its support for the government's desire to better regulate divided co-ownership and building inspection
After a long process, Bill 141 amending the Real Estate Brokerage Act has just been adopted by the National Assembly.
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.