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Tag: Real Estate Law

Tag: Real Estate Law

Levy Zavet – Is it time to sell your family cottage?

Quiet days spent fishing on the lake, jumping off the dock into the cool refreshing water, nights spent around a campfire and endless family game nights:...

Levy Zavet Lawyers – Are restrictive covenants always totally and completely enforceable?

For most buyers purchasing real estate, it is common practice to check municipal by-laws to determine whether their intended use for a property will be permissible. What they may...

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...

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How to be a Private Mortgage Lender

This video is an excerpt of an interview with Jeff Levy, the managing partner at Levy Zavet PC, Lawyers. The interview is about lending and private...

Buying or Selling a Home with an Oil Tank

What you need to be aware of when buying or selling a home with an oil tankOn June 28, 2001, the Ontario Legislature enacted the new...

What Is A Heritage Building in Toronto, Ontario?

The City of Toronto has been experiencing a shift of rapid development, and the scarcity of property resources accessible for further growth have led developers to...

CONDOMINIUM LAW: Too Many Loud Parties in Your Condominium Building?

Recently a Client who owned a condominium unit in a condominium building, came into my office and complained that he was being a target of an...

CONDOMINIUM LAW: 10 Day Cooling Off Period and Giving Proper Notice of Rescission

The condominium market in Toronto is and has been hot over the past few years for a variety of reasons such a seeming stable Canadian economy,...

REAL ESTATE LAW UPDATE: Is a Condominium Corporation Obligated to Buy the Superintendant’s Unit?

Coincidentally, the day I read the Ontario Court of Appeal’s decision in Lexington on the Green Inc. v. Toronto Standard Condominium Corporation No. 1930, (2010 ONCA...