68.2. An owner who intends to alienate a low-rental housing immovable or to encumber it with a hypothec or servitude must, beforehand, give a notice of intention to the Corporation by registered mail.
The notice shall state the name of the owner of the immovable and his address, the name of the acquirer, assignee or future beneficiary, as the case may be, and his address, and shall include a description of the immovable that meets the requirements of article 2168 of the Civil Code of Lower Canada; in the case of a sale by licitation, the notice shall include the date and the place of the sale. In addition, the notice shall indicate the nature of the right in question, the conditions of the alienation, hypothec or servitude and the prestation agreed upon, if any. In the case of a sale, the price of the immovable shall not be greater than its market value.