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What Can You Do When There is a Delay in a Mortgage Discharge?

  • 22 avril 2019
  • Raymond G. Leclair, Lawyers' Professional Indemnity Company (LAWPRO®) / Assurance LAWPROMD

The Canadian Bankers Association has a list of bank officials to contact regarding the discharge of mortgages, which will be routinely updated and was last updated on January 28, 2019.

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Provide your Input on the Real Estate and Business Brokers Act, 2002

  • 20 février 2019
  • Don Perry, Perry Law

The Ontario government is seeking input on proposed changes to the Real Estate and Business Brokers Act, 2002, and an anonymous survey is available for anyone to provide their input anonymously by March 15, 2019.

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Advising Clients on Retirement Living Options

  • 14 février 2019
  • Jillian Siskind, Jillian M. Siskind & Associates

As the Canadian population ages and the real estate market continues to adapt to provide a diverse set of retirement living options, there are certain considerations that Ontario real estate lawyers should be aware of, and in particular, the Retirement Homes Act (Ontario).

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Working With a Lawyer When You Buy a Home

  • 12 décembre 2018
  • Alexandra Peng, Stikeman Elliott LLP

The Real Property Law Section of the Ontario Bar Association, in cooperation with the Law Society of Ontario, has updated the educational tool for clients who are buying a residential property in Ontario. This publication is newly improved, is accessible online, and paper copies can be ordered.

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Evidentiary Requirements for Prescriptive Easements

  • 30 octobre 2018
  • Raymond H. Mikkola, Pallet Valo LLP

In a recent decision, the Court of Appeal sheds light on the evidentiary requirements to make a claim of a prescriptive easement against an owner of a “Land Titles Conversion Qualified” property.

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Title Insurance Companies Answer Questions

  • 30 octobre 2018
  • Georgea S. Wolfe, Goldman, Sloan, Nash and Haber LLP

Title insurance is a fairly standard aspect of real estate transactions, and particularly so for residential real estate transactions involving mortgages. The author set out to have the major title insurance companies answer some questions about their policies.

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