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Condominiums and Interim Occupancy

If you are purchasing a new condominium unit in Ontario and you are ready to move in, you should be aware that just because you may be moving in, this does not mean the builder (or declarant) is ready to transfer ownership to...more

Buying a house from a non-human entity or the dead

The tale behind a real estate transaction usually follows the same pattern: a potential buyer approaches a seller after viewing the advertised property, negotiations commence and the parties arrive at a meeting of the minds...more

Disclaiming Eminent Domain Defendants: To Dismiss or not to Dismiss?

Recently, we came across an interesting request from an attorney for a condemnee. The condemnee had filed a Disclaimer in the eminent domain action, stating that they had no interest in the property being condemned. This,...more

Are You “Betting the Company” Through Your Handling of Customer Funds or By Virtue of Transfer of Title Provisions Related to...

Two common types of arrangements between contracting parties can create excessive financial risk for a party. The first is a company serving as a middleman or payment agent by accepting funds from a customer and then...more

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