Purchasing real estate is one of the biggest investments one can make in their lifetime, which is why it is so important to fully understand the associated legal implications. Can an offer to purchase be cancelled? What is a latent defect? A defect of consent? Interview with Martin Janson, real estate lawyer at Janson, Larente, […] […]Read More PURCHASING REAL ESTATE: Your Rights & Obligations in 8 Questions
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Wednesday, May 17, 2017 is National Real Estate Day, a day for all Canadians, REALTORS® and their clients to celebrate home ownership.Read More HAPPY NATIONAL REAL ESTATE DAY TORONTO!
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By Stéphane Pagé Esq. Lawyer with Bouchard Pagé Tremblay Most people are unaware that just about anyone can claim to be a building inspector while offering unskilled services that lack the necessary qualifications and they often don’t even have error and omission (E&O) liability insurance. In fact,…