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Posted on June 19, 2014 In Articles, Real Estate Law
June 19, 2014 Congratulations! You have signed a deal to purchase or sell a piece of property. Even if you have used a realtor to [...]
Posted on April 22, 2014 In Articles, Real Estate Law
April 22, 2014 By Brad Smith Ever wonder what would happen if you hear rumors the property you purchased may be haunted? Or wonder what the [...]
Posted on April 9, 2014 In Articles, Real Estate Law
April 9, 2014 By Nick Melchiorre When you are looking to purchase or sell a house in Ontario that is not new, there is a possibility [...]
Posted on June 2, 2008 In Articles, Real Estate Law
June 2, 2008 By Brian Babcock Developers and landlords must bear their own losses if they fail to secure a binding contract with a proposed tenant [...]
Posted on May 25, 2007 In Articles, Real Estate Law
May 25, 2007 For a while the law certainly appeared to be an ass. The confusion did not start with the Ontario Court of Appeal [...]
Posted on June 9, 2006 In Articles, Real Estate Law
June 9, 2006 By Brian Babcock In a previous article, I discussed the recent Superior Court ruling in Watts v Benvenutti. In that decision, a judge [...]
Posted on May 28, 2006 In Articles, Real Estate Law
May 28, 2006 Prior to the appeal decision (992275 Ontario Inc. & Karin Winklemann v. Frank Krowczyk & Lesley Scott-Krowczyk), the common belief was that [...]
Posted on April 18, 2006 In Articles, Real Estate Law
April 18, 2006 Many Americans are flocking to Northern Ontario for the pristine lakes, excellent hunting, fishing and recreational opportunities. The Canadian dollar is still [...]
Posted on March 28, 2006 In Articles, Real Estate Law
March 28, 2006 This article describes how the case Watts v Benvenuti fits into the overall approach that courts take in wrestling with zoning conflicts. [...]
Posted on March 13, 2006 In Articles, Municipal Law, Real Estate Law
March 13, 2006 By Brian Babcock Zoning bylaws restrict the use of land to specified uses. Bylaws are updated or revised over time. These revisions usually [...]