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What Happens if You Die Without a Will in Ontario?

Confirmation of Registration Report They say nothing is certain in life but death and taxes. We pay taxes on a daily basis but often try to avoid the thought of death at all costs. Unfortunately, the cost to your loved ones if you do not plan for your estate in the event of your death can be abundant; and it […]

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More Provisions in the Real Estate Agreement of Purchase and Sale

Spousal consentWhen selling a matrimonial home like a principal residence or cottage, it is always necessary to have the non-title holding spouse consent to the sale.  For the purposes of real property, the term “spouse”, is defined as a married spouse and matrimonial home is as defined in the Ontario Family Law Act (R.S.O. 1990), therefore the term spouse does not contemplate common-law spouses in this situation.  The provisions in the Agreement serves as a warranty, the Seller is warranting that the property is being sold in accordance to the Family Law Act by ensuring that both spouses are consenting to the disposition of a matrimonial home.Urea Formaldehyde Foam Insulation Warranty (“UFFI”)

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