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Resources and answers to common legal questions related to land and property ownership in Ontario.
A Laneway House is a detached secondary suite, constructed on an existing lot, with its main entrance facing a Public Laneway.
Property Tax is a fee or levy issued by the local municipality for the purposes of maintenance, infrastructure development & education.
When buying a property, it's important to know what you're getting. The type of room is just as important as the numbered count. Most people grasp that bathrooms can very in size and shape. For example, 2 piece bathrooms are considered "half baths" while 3+ pieces are...
In Real Estate, a condition is a circumstance which may affect the outcome of the Real Estate Transaction. Conditions are used to avoid a Binding Sale being formed at time of agreement.
A Bully Offer is an offer to buy a property before the date the seller is accepting offers. It’s also known as a preemptive offer.
Title insurance is used to protect you against issues related to title that may not appear on a search prior to closing.
International and domestic purchasers of properties for the purpose of renting should know the impact of the Cannabis Act, 2017, which legalizes the cultivation and use of marijuana. Unchecked cannabis usage can reduce the value of your investment. Most rental units...
Vacant Possession is a term used to describe delivery of Real Property in Ontario without occupation by any party.
An Assignment Sale occurs when a buyer successfully allows a third party to assume the rights and responsibilities of an Agreement of Purchase and Sale, prior to completion of the transaction.
An Escape clause is a contractual agreement between a Buyer and a Seller that allows the Seller to terminate the agreement if certain conditions are met.
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