Category Archives: Real Estate Law

Supplementary tax bill for new house or condo

A new house or condo can be very exciting. If you’re a first time homebuyer as well, that’s doubly exciting. But as an owner of a new house or condo, there are also special challenges as well. One of the … Continue reading

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Buying a home in Canada from a non-resident seller

Many people own more than one piece of real estate.  Perhaps it’s a cottage, or a condo that was rented out for investment purposes.  In some cases, the owner may not even live in Canada anymore. If you’re buying a … Continue reading

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Status certificates are an essential resource when buying a condo

You’re all excited because you’ve just brought a condo in the city that you love. Whether it’s your first place or an investment property, when buying a condominium there are some special things to always keep in mind amidst all … Continue reading

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BC court confirms website terms of use enforceable as legal contracts

In Century 21 Canada Limited Partnership v. Rogers Communications Inc., 2011 BCSC 1196, the BC Court held that Rogers infringed Century 21’s copyright and terms of use by scraping Century 21’s real estate listings from its website and incorporating the … Continue reading

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What can a lawyer do for me as a homebuyer?

Whether you’re a first time homebuyer or a seasoned homeowner looking to move into a new house, it’s always recommended that you retain a lawyer to help you make sure the transaction goes as smoothly as possible. A real estate … Continue reading

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