PLEASE NOTE THAT THESE REMEDIES ARE AIMED AT QUEBEC CONSUMERS BECAUSE RULES CHANGE FROM PROVINCE TO PROVINCE. IF YOU ARE A CANADIAN CONSUMER OUTSIDE OF QUEBEC, A LIST OF ORGANIZATIONS CAPABLE OF HELPING YOU CHOOSE THE RIGHT REMEDY IS PROVIDED BELOW FOR YOU TO MAKE CONTACT. THANK YOU. Here is some legal information that you […]
Montreal, November 26, 2019 – Toxic cleaning products, privacy issues, and online price manipulation: the world is changing quickly, and consumer-related issues are multiplying at light speed. To fill consumers in on what’s happening and help them navigate changes in an increasingly complex world of consumption, Montreal-based consumer rights organization Option consommateurs is publishing its […]
Consumers who are victims of fraud in a transaction involving a real estate broker or mortgage broker are now better protected. The Organisme d’autoréglementation du courtage immobilier du Québec (OACIQ) is pleased to announce the increase of the compensation paid by the Organization’s Real Estate Indemnity Fund (FICI) in case of fraud, fraudulent tactics or […]
April 11, 2018 – According to a report released by Option consommateurs today, most Canadian financial institutions do not adequately inform consumers about the charges associated with their banking packages. According to Olivier Bourgeois, energy and social responsibility coordinator at Option consommateurs: “this lack of information prevents consumers from making informed choices and adopting […]
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The property’s area was incorrectly calculated? The contract did not accurately describe the inclusions or exclusions? You believe your broker did not properly verify the ownership titles on the property you just purchased? The OACIQ can help.
Ajax, ON; Toronto, ON; Montreal, QC – April 25, 2018 – Volkswagen and Canadian class counsel announced today that the Québec and Ontario Courts have now both granted approval of the nationwide class settlement to resolve consumer claims in Canada regarding approximately 20,000 affected 3.0L diesel vehicles.
When enlisting the services of a real estate or mortgage broker, a person has the right to expect professional services. At the OACIQ (Organisme d’autoréglementation du courtage immobilier du Québec), we ensure that!