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Business Succession Planning Checklist

As an entrepreneur, you are immensely proud of your business. In fact, you probably spend a lot of time planning how you will help your business...

Different Types of Business Law

If you own a business, chances are that you will have to consult with a business lawyer a number of times during the length of your...

Benefits of Incorporation (PREC) for Realtors in Ontario

Thanks to the passing of Bill 145, Trust in Real Estate Services Act, 2020, realtors in Ontario may now incorporate and earn income through a Personal...

Personal Real Estate Corporations (PRECs) are here! What are they and how are they different from any other corporation?

Prior to the end of 2001, professionals could not incorporate their practices except as allowed by the laws that regulated their specific profession (all compliant professional...

Levy Zavet Lawyers: A Real Estate Lawyer’s Top Tips for First-Time Homebuyers in 2020

As 2019 came to a close, many Canadians are setting their sights on 2020 and making plans for the next decade. If one of your New...

Why Would One Need a Real Estate Lawyer?

For most Canadians, the purchase of a home is the largest single investment that they will ever make. Not only is the purchase of a home a large...

Self Sabotage: When You Incorporate Without A Lawyer

So you looked up a few websites on incorporating, stumbled upon the government sites for filing articles of incorporation and decided to fill in the forms...

What Is A Medical Professional Corporation And What Are Its Advantages And Disadvantages

New doctors often face the question of whether to incorporate or not early on in their practice. In that regard the question that I am most...

The Holdover Period, Real Estate Commissions and Listing Agreements

Sellers should be weary and concerned with agreeing to a holdover period as defined in a typical listing agreement to offer to sell a property.  The...

Do we have Personal Real Estate Corporations or a Real Estate Professional Corporations in Ontario?

Simply put, the answer is "No".  Unlike other provinces, such as British Columbia, in Ontario Real Estates Salespersons or Brokers cannot self-incorporate as a Realtor and...