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E-Signatures and Agreements of Purchase and Sale: An Update

  • 18 octobre 2013
  • Ray Leclair and Maurizio Romanin

This brief article provides an update on the status of the Ontario Government's intention to allow agreements of purchase and sale for land to be executed by digital signatures, some of the challenges associated with doing so, and the role of various stakeholders in the process.

Case Comment

  • 21 juin 2012
  • Craig R. Carter

Two recent decisions of Master Short and Brown J. in Bank of Montreal vs Baysong Developments Inc. (respectively (2011) ONSC 931 and (2011) ONSC 4450) deal with interesting issues in mortgage remedy law in Ontario.

Remote Access to Your Teraview Account

  • 21 juin 2012
  • Caterina Galati

I practice real estate. I have a transaction closing at the end of the week, but I am scheduled to be out of the office on that day. Although I have signed the documents for completeness, I am concerned that changes might be made to the documents on the closing date requiring me to re-sign them...

The Law Society e-Bulletin Resources

  • 21 juin 2012
  • The Law Society e-Bulletin Resources

The Law Society e-Bulletin Resources for Lawyers is an electronic newsletter designed to provide lawyers with need-to-know and timely information about the Law Society's products, resources and services.

Notice from Teranet: Closure

  • 13 décembre 2011
  • Lawrence Franco

After careful consideration, Teranet has decided to decommission the Closure service.

Up, Up & Away (and still be able to close)

  • 13 décembre 2011
  • Jeffrey Schwartz

Scenario 1 Ok, so it’s Friday at 2PM, it’s a long weekend pending and you are looking forward to a) going to the cottage, b) sending the long weekend relaxing, c) going out of town to visit with family or friends. You have just signed your last E-Reg Transfer for completeness...

Electronic Real Estate Transactions

  • 13 décembre 2011
  • John Gregory

Much of the legal status of electronic communications in Canada (and elsewhere) rests on legislation based on the United Nations Model Law on Electronic Commerce of 1996. The Model Law's main Canadian implementation has been through the Uniform Electronic Commerce Act, adopted in 1999.

Next Generation Teraview (NGTV) Consultation Subcommittee

  • 13 décembre 2011

Teraview is entering its next phase and we at the OBA are determined to make our issues known. Please contact any member of the Next Generation Teraview (NGTV) Consultation Subcommittee if you have anything to contribute: