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General Terms and Legal Notices

Habitations Urbania, 9261-4858 Québec Inc.

Types of Materials

The materials presented in our 3D illustrations, virtual tours, photos of completed projects, and in our model homes are for reference purposes only. They offer potential layouts and color palettes. The materials specified in the exterior 3D sketches represent the standard inclusions in our projects. However, certain choices of colors or finishes may result in additional charges. The final choices for interior and exterior finishes are yours during the construction process. 3D illustrations, virtual tours, and photos may vary from the original plan due to buyer requests or regulatory updates.

Sales Prices and Promotions

Our prices are subject to change without notice. No responsibility will be accepted for price modifications or changes prior to the signing of a contract. Promotions are also subject to change without notice.

Modification of Houses Models

We reserve the right to modify or discontinue certain houses models without prior notice.

Copyright Protection Policy

The plans on our websites or created by Habitations Urbania are protected by copyright. It is prohibited to copy, reproduce, or use these plans without authorization. Reproduction or copying of existing homes is also illegal.

We own or hold the rights to use all elements of the site, including text, images, graphics, logos, icons, sounds, software.

Any reproduction, modification, or adaptation of site elements is strictly prohibited, regardless of the means used.

Reselling or giving away the plans for your project with Habitations Urbania is prohibited. Any violation of this policy may result in legal action up to $100,000.

What is Copyright?

Copyright grants exclusive rights to the creator of a work, allowing them to control its publication or use. It protects and values creativity, offering exclusive rights to the author.

Types of Works Protected by Copyright

Original literary, dramatic, musical, and artistic works are protected, including architectural works, paintings, drawings, maps, photos, and sculptures.

Copyright Infringement

Reproducing or publishing a work without permission constitutes an infringement. Plagiarism, which is appropriating the work of others, is also a violation of copyright.

Source: Canadian Intellectual Property Office.

Applicable Laws

The following laws protect architectural plans through copyright:

  • Copyright Act (R.S., 1985, c. C-42)

  • S.C., c. C-30, s. 1.


Privacy Protection Policy

We are committed to protecting your personal information in accordance with our privacy protection policy.


Disclaimer for Automatic Translation

We use an automatic translation service to facilitate access to our content for non-French-speaking users. While we strive to provide accurate translations, we cannot guarantee the accuracy, reliability, or suitability of the provided translations. No part of this site or its content should be considered an exact translation. In the event of a discrepancy or difference in interpretation of the text, the original French version prevails. We are not responsible for errors, omissions, or misunderstandings that may result from translation.

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