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Which Court do I start my claim in - Small Claims Court or the Ontario Superior Court of Justice?

...score or will send a collections agency after them. Where this happens, the debtor is not given a real opportunity to dispute these charges. One of the possible forms of recourse for the debtor in the...

Want to challenge a Will? Seepa v. Seepa and its impact on estate litigation

...rior Court of Justice released its decision in Seepa v. Seepa (2017 ONSC 5368) and its impact on estate litigation is being felt. The facts of the case are relatively straightforward: In her las...

Title Fraud – How You Can Protect Yourself and Your Home

Title fraud is a crime that is on the rise in Canada, particularly in areas with high real estate value and an increasing real estate market such as southern Ontario. The majority of the public, ...

The Importance of Offers to Lease for Tenants

... advisers and have the Offer to Lease reviewed before you sign it. Robert Krizman Corporate & Commercial Real Estate It is common when a landlord and tenant are negotiating the terms of the lease for certain premises ...

The importance of obtaining and reviewing a Status Certificate when purchasing a condominium unit

... with the purchase. If you require assistance in purchasing a condominium unit or with any other real estate matter, please do not hesitate to contact us. The Condominium Act, 1998 (the “Act”) is provincial ...

The Doctrine of Knowing Assistance to Fraud – Can you be liable when you did nothing?

... the defendants (known as the Waltons) convinced investors to invest with them in various commercial real estate projects. They would claim they were investing equal amounts with their victims, but in fact would ...

The Changing Landscape of Dependant Relief Claims and the Effect of Such Claims Upon Your Estate

....26 permits a broadly defined class of dependants to seek a support order from a Court where the estate has not made adequate provision for a dependant. Definition of Dependant A dependant, under ...

The Benefits of Title Insurance When Purchasing Your Home

... you can to protect that investment. If you have any questions about title insurance or any other real estate matters, please contact us. When you buy a home, one of your lawyer’s responsibilities is to ensure ...

Testamentary Trusts and Graduated Rate Estates

...been taxed at graduated rates (in other words like individuals). As of January 1, 2016 only an estate can qualify as a GRE-(which means graduated rate estate). Generally speaking an estate only exis...

Seller Property Information Statements

... relate to various aspects of the property and surrounding area. Some examples from the Ontario Real Estate Association’s SPIS Form 220: Are you aware of any non-compliance with zoning regulations? ...

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