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Service Area: Real Estate

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Posted August 30, 2022

There has been much discussion on the changes in the real estate market, particularly on affordability. To save costs, many prospective buyers and sellers may[...]
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Real Estate

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Posted August 2, 2022

So, you’ve bought your first home with a large fenced in back yard and you discover it is so large because it encloses a portion[...]
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Real Estate

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Posted July 19, 2022

Changes to the Planning Act have come into force as of January 1st, 2022, and it’s important for lawyers to understand how these changes affect[...]
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Real Estate

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Posted May 10, 2022

The More Homes for Everyone Act, 2022 (“Bill 109”) received Royal Assent on April 14th, 2022. Some sections of Bill 109 will come “into force”[...]
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Real Estate, Wills, Trusts and Estates

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Posted May 3, 2022

As we all know, house prices are skyrocketing in the region, and this in turn has resulted in parents providing assistance to children who are[...]
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Real Estate

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Posted April 14, 2022

What is the Federal Budget? Every year the Department of Finance is tasked with balancing the revenue and expenses of the Government of Canada. As[...]
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Real Estate

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Posted April 4, 2022

When you are buying a house, at some point your lawyer will have a conversation with you about whether you want to take out a[...]
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Real Estate

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Posted March 21, 2022

The City of Ottawa’s Finance and Economic Development committee has approved a new vacant unit tax. The new tax is set to apply in 2022[...]
Podcasts |
Environmental Law, Real Estate

Posted February 28, 2022

In today’s episode, Environmental Issues and Real Estate Transactions, host Cheryl Gerhardt McLuckie talks to her colleague, Real Estate lawyer Daniella Sicoli-Zupo. They discuss environmental issues arising in[...]

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