When booking a Tremblant vacation rental for the first time, guests will recognize the difference between a regular rental agreement and a vacation rental contract by taking a close look.
Tremblant vacation rental contracts, policies & procedures, whether for a Mont Tremblant chalet rental or condo, is significantly different from a long-tern lease contract. Vacation rental contracts are not regulated by the same laws that apply to a long term residential lease. Any Tremblant chalet rental that is less than 30 days falls legally in the same category as any hotel in regards to the rights and obligations of its guests.
Please always observe not only local and federal regulations but also property specific rules that may apply. Carefully read your contract and make sure you are familiar with the dos and don’ts of the property and ask your agent about any concerns you may have.
Short term rental laws in Quebec are guided by the Tourist Accommodation Classification Act and overseen by the CITQ, Corporation de l’Industrie touristique du Quebec. You may want to visit their website for any additional information at Tourist Accommodation Classification.