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Holding Redlich
The purchaser rescinded, claiming a statutory cooling-off right, and requested his deposit less the cooling-off fee.
Watkins Tapsell
Providing money to your children to purchase property may seem simple, but it could lead to some difficult legal issues.
McCullough Robertson
Land tax is adjusted under your contract or lease, so review land tax in any adjustments clause or outgoings clause.
Madgwicks
What you need to know and do about new land transfer transaction requirements.
Vincent Young
The Conveyancing (Legislation) Amendment Act 2018 (Act) was passed by Parliament on 13 November 2018.
Stacks Law Firm
Interesting case highlights fundamental principles of property law. Read on & see if you can guess which side one!
Holding Redlich
This newsletter links to media releases, reports, cases and laws relating to planning, environment & sustainability.
Bartier Perry
Interesting article about recent case where developers were held liable for misrepresentations made to achieve a sale.
Stacks Law Firm
What happens if you are a co-owner of a property and want to put it on the market, but the other owner refuses to sell?
Pointon Partners
New conditions will apply when vendors under off-the-plan property contracts exercise sunset date termination rights.
DLA Piper
The Australian property industry is in the process of converting from the 150-year-old Torrens title physical paper system of exchange and settlement of property
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Article explains how an oral contract for the sale of property may be enforced & discusses a recent decision on this issue.
Madgwicks
This Act restricts sunset clauses, providing greater protections for purchasers of residential off the plan property.
Surry Partners
Parties to an agreement should ensure that their intentions to be legally bound or otherwise are expressly spelt out.
Walkers
Creditors should exercise caution when negotiating payment terms, asset transfers or securitisation transactions with companies which are in the zone of insolvency.
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Restrictive covenants registered on title to real property in Ontario that are stated to survive indefinitely will no longer survive forever.
Tonkin Clacey
What follows is merely a few of the conditions that may be omitted, without further ado.
Eversheds Sutherland
It must be mentioned, however, that the conveyancer acts neutrally and behalf of both parties.
DLA Piper
In this issue, we discuss various legal issues related to the emergence of new technology in the real estate sector, including concerns about online security in relation to electronic conveyancing and the need to comply with securities law in relation to tokenization made possible through blockchain technology.
Hewitsons LLP
My daughter has been in the process of buying a house, but suddenly the seller has taken the house off the market.
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Blaney McMurtry LLP
In Dermann v. Baker, 2019 ONCA 584, the Court considered the qualifying of certain witnesses as experts for the purposes of r. 53.03 of the Rules of Civil Procedure
McCullough Robertson
Land tax is adjusted under your contract or lease, so review land tax in any adjustments clause or outgoings clause.
Watkins Tapsell
Providing money to your children to purchase property may seem simple, but it could lead to some difficult legal issues.
Vincent Young
The Conveyancing (Legislation) Amendment Act 2018 (Act) was passed by Parliament on 13 November 2018.
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Restrictive covenants registered on title to real property in Ontario that are stated to survive indefinitely will no longer survive forever.
Madgwicks
What you need to know and do about new land transfer transaction requirements.
Stacks Law Firm
Interesting case highlights fundamental principles of property law. Read on & see if you can guess which side one!
Eversheds Sutherland
It must be mentioned, however, that the conveyancer acts neutrally and behalf of both parties.
Holding Redlich
This newsletter links to media releases, reports, cases and laws relating to planning, environment & sustainability.
Bartier Perry
Interesting article about recent case where developers were held liable for misrepresentations made to achieve a sale.
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