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Eric Duheim sued in small claims | Quebec 2022 elections

According to documents consulted by Radio-Canada, work was carried out between October 18, 2018 and January 31, 2019 at a building on Avenue De Bougainville in the Montcalm department in Quebec City. By Radio-Canada, Mr. Duheim was able to confirm that he did not own the building.

By Plomberie-Pro Québec Mr. The invoice submitted to Duheim was for approximately $5,600, due on February 28, 2019.

Martin Garon, vice-president of Plomberie-Pro Québec, sent Eric Duhaime a formal notice a year later, in March 2020, after he refused to pay the amount owed.

Work took place in a building in the Montcalm district.

Photo: Radio-Canada

The contractor clearly warns the Chief Superintendent that legal action will be taken if payment is refused.

If you fail to comply with this, we will take necessary legal action against you to collect the amount due to us without further notice.He says.

In small claims court

The case was not settled in the fall of 2020, as the company turned to the Small Claims Division of the Court of Quebec to seek compensation.

In a document dated October 20, 2020, Martin Caron claimed nearly $8,000 from Eric Duheim, the total amount related to the work and interest earned during that period. Says not received No partial fees in the file.

According to the plaintiff, Eric Duheim refused to pay his bills Water damage Happened in an apartment.

However, the contractor disclaims all liability saying that it is his employees Not finished.

Agreed Agreement

Radio-Canada said Tuesday morning that Mr.

He confirms that an amicable agreement was negotiated between the parties shortly after the case was filed in court.

As you know, in my field, getting paid is not always easy. There are good, less good and bad dealsMartin Caron explains. Mr. I can say that I am satisfied with the deal negotiated with Duhaim.

The contractor also notes that he accepted a new contract on a building owned by Eric Duheim. About a year ago. Everything went according to plan.

When asked why the proceedings were not officially interrupted in the small claims division, Martin Caron confirms that he forgot to notify the court.

You know I don’t do this everydayHe accuses.

Duheim explains

Aware of Radio-Canada’s revelations, Eric Duheim chose to react through his press officer, Cedric Lapointe.

Mr. Duhaim hired this contractor 4 years ago. Work has been done. One part of the work was correct, the other is in disputeHe explains.

The contractor asserted his legal rights and one of the officers of the company Mr. He reached an amicable agreement with Duheim. The same contractor Mr. He carried out other work on Duhaim’s properties.

The leader of the Parti Québécois (PQ) became irritated Tuesday when asked by reporters to comment on a small claims court case against Eric Duhaime.

I will not comment on hydro bills, rents and court cases for Eric Duheim’s plumbing. I’m here to talk about Quebec’s fiscal futureLaunched by Paul St-Pierre Plamonton, His party is branding the financial framework just released.

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We each have our styles and our priorities, mr. If Duheim propagandizes on his invoices, it’s his, and he’s the one to comment.Mr. St-Pierre Plamondon prided himself on having a positive campaign for 17 days by avoiding personalizing the debate and attacking his opponents directly.

For his part, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, Quebec’s co-spokesperson, condemned the Conservative leader’s behavior.

When I saw this news in the media this afternoon, I thought to myself:GoodonkIs it going to stop at some point?”he said.

It is not strong. As Premier of Quebec, let all these revelations be. I find it very normalHe continued.

The story repeats itself

A house.

Radio-Canada has consulted documents that reveal the former radio host owes Quebec City nearly $14,000.

Photo: Radio-Canada / Philip Kirovak

Over the past few days, the Conservative leader has had to defend himself after narrowly avoiding the seizure of two of his buildings in Quebec. Unpaid municipal tax bill.

The former radio host has racked up about $14,000 in unpaid bills, according to a summary of decisions adopted by Quebec City’s board of directors earlier this month.

Mr. Duhaime claims to have rectified the situation.

Yesterday he also agreed Paid school taxLate.

On June 8, 2021, the Center de Services Scolaire de la Capitole obtained a judgment against the politician.

After a bail visit, Mr. Duheim was forced to pay a total of $2,519.45 to end the proceedings against him.

With information from Yannick Bergeron