1. Any establishment in which at least 1 accommodation unit is offered for rent to tourists, in return for payment, for a period not exceeding 31 days, on a regular basis in the same calendar year and the availability of which is made public is a tourist accommodation establishment.
A group of movables and immovables, adjacent or grouped together, having accessories or dependencies in common, may constitute one establishment provided that the movables and immovables that form the establishment are operated by only one person and are part of the same class of tourist accommodation establishments.
O.C. 1111-2001, s. 1; O.C. 1045-2010, s. 1; O.C. 162-2016, s. 11.