Real Estate Law Articles

Surveys

Surveys Simply defined a survey consists of a detailed drawing of real estate, showing one or more lots (or part lots) as well as any buildings erected thereon including the dimensions of all such depictions. Surveys also show the location…

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The Home Inspection Condition

The Home Inspection Condition Prospective home buyers in the Toronto re-sale market are often faced with the difficult question of whether to inspect or not to inspect. Seldom elsewhere, that is, outside of Toronto, is the question asked and purchasers…

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Co Operatives And How They Differ From Condominiums

Co-Operatives and how they differ from Condominiums I. Ownership vs. Possession Co-operatives, like Condominiums involve buildings with numerous units; their legal organization, however, differs from that of condominiums. In a co-operative, a corporate entity owns the lands and structures thereon…

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Frequently Asked Questions Real Estate

FAQ: Real Estate Question: Should I have a lawyer review the Agreement of Purchase and Sale before I sign it and how much will this cost me if I have a proposed Agreement reviewed each time but only conclude a…

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Limitations In The Real Estate Context

Limitations in the Real Estate Context The Limitation period applying to matters concerning real property must be understood in light of the amendments made to the previous Limitation Act, 1990. That Act is widely known as having been repealed and…

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Mortgage Enforcement

Toronto Mortgage Enforcement Lawyers At RV Law, we represent lenders who have advanced money secured by a mortgage. We know that our clients demand a law firm that will deliver a high standard of service in transactional work and in…

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