Administrative

Recognized expertise

Whether in terms of public contracts, tenders, transportation, liquor and games licenses or permits or protection of agricultural land.
Our Administrative team
Our team will support you and guide you in the evolution of your file.

Our team is renowned for public procurement, tendering and negotiation of public procurements.

Our professionals also have specific expertise in constitutional matters which master the rules and have in-depth knowledge of the rights conferred by the Canadian Constitution, notably the Canadian Charter, as well as the Quebec Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

In addition, we represent municipalities, businesses and individuals in connection with applications for exclusion or authorization (partitioning, used for a purpose other than agriculture, etc.) submitted to the Commission de protection du territoire agricole and sometimes brought before the Administrative Tribunal of Quebec and the higher courts.

We represent farmers and developers during their agricultural zone development projects and have recognized expertise in agricultural land protection.

We are called upon to provide different opinions concerning the application of an Act Respecting the Preservation of Agricultural Land and Agricultural Activities, in particular matters relating to acquired rights and orders.

We have significant experience in all matters before the Régie des marchés agricoles et alimentaires du Québec.

Our team can also support you in all administrative law cases before various courts.

  • Aboriginal Law
  • Access to Information
  • Administrative Law
  • Administrative Litigation
  • Agricultural Land Protection
  • Agricultural Law
  • Call for Tenders
  • Constitutional Right
  • Constitutional Right
  • Electoral Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Public Procurement Contracting
  • Régie des alcools et des jeux (Quebec’s alcohol and lotteries board)
  • Rights of Public Bodies
  • RMAAQ (Régie des marchés agricoles et alimentaires du Québec)
  • Start-ups
  • Transportation Law

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