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Resources and answers to common legal questions related to land and property ownership in Ontario.
Basement underpinning is the act of lowering an existing foundation’s depth by pouring new footings BELOW the current ones.
When you acquire land in Ontario, either by Purchase or Benefit, tax may be payable to the province.
We’ve compiled this useful guide to help you navigate this complicated topic.
In Ontario, fire retrofit refers to a dwelling’s ability to conform with local fire codes. The fire department can inspect an existing dwelling and recommend modifications necessary to have the unit comply with the Fire Code.
The Trigger Rate is the rate at which a set-payment for a variable rate mortgage does not serve the obligation of the debt.
Condo Fees (legally referred to as Common Expenses), are a monthly fee payable by unit owners to the Condominium Corporation.
Toronto Municipal Code Ch 547 dictates Short Term Rental Laws in Toronto. Violations can be charged under the Municipal Act.
In Co-Operative housing, a corporation would own real property & members buy shares in the corporation, together with an occupancy permit.
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Adverse Possession (colloquially referred to as “Squatter’s Rights”) is the occupation of land, in whole or in part, by a non-owner party, with the intention of possessing it as their own.
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