If you are the owner of a building subject to a pre-emptive right and you intend to sell it, learn more about what you need to do.
The city’s pre-emptive right only affects you if you meet both of the following conditions:
- you received an official letter from the city entitled “Notice of Pre-Emptive Right”
- you received a signed and accepted purchase offer
If you intend to sell your building, you must complete the form entitled “Notice of Intention to Alienate an Immovable” (in French).
The city has 60 days to decide if it wants to purchase the building under the conditions set out in the purchase offer, after which the sale can take place as planned.
- Signed and accepted purchase offer
- Non-monetary consideration, if applicable, and report on the estimated monetary consideration
- Resolution or power of attorney designating the agent
- Certificate of location
- Contract from the real estate broker
- Environmental studies, if applicable
- Building assessment report, if applicable
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You will receive a confirmation of receipt with a reference number.
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