- When : Tuesday 24 November 2020 from 14:00 to 15:30
- Where : Virtually on the Zoom platform
- Cost : Free
Registration required at 450-466-3910.
Perhaps the branches of your neighbour’s tree are damaging your property. You wonder whether you can cut them without permission. Or perhaps your neighbour refuses to pay half of the costs of replacing the fence between your two properties. And you wonder whether you can claim these costs from him or her. Your neighbour makes noise at night. What recourse do you have?
The aim of this information session is to inform citizens of their rights and responsibilities as neighbours. The lawyer Anne Bourget from the community justice centre will explain the main rules of good neighbourliness and will define the notion of “neighbourhood annoyance” (conflicts with neighbours). The session will also cover the options available to citizens to try to resolve their problem.
The link for connecting virtually to the event will be sent to everyone who has registered.