Maxim Zavet is a co-founder of Levy Zavet PC, Lawyers and is an experienced Real Estate Lawyer in the Ontario area. Maxim primarily practiced in real estate law and commercial leasing, including residential and commercial real estate transactions, negotiations, disputes, private and institutional secured financing and condominium development. Maxim is passionate about real estate, real estate development and financing, and he has gained much legal experience working at multiple, reputable real estate law firms in previous years.
Maxim Zavet has been involved in hundreds of residential and commercial real estate transactions for a wide group of diverse clientele. His range of clients varied from individual home buyers, real estate investors and income property managers to developers, commercial landlords and commercial tenants. Maxim acts for both lenders and borrowers for secured loans and mortgages. For borrowers, Maxim reviewed, explained and negotiated complicated financing instruments and arrangement; while for lenders he worked to secure loans, power of sales or foreclosures.
Maxim had acted for many clients with respect to property line disputes, Tarion home warranty claims, commercial leasing disputes, failed transactions and agreement of purchase and sale breaches. Maxim had negotiated settlements, as well as represented clients at many various levels of court.
Membership and Activities
- Law Society of Upper Canada
- Ontario Bar Association
- Canadian Bar Association
- Continuing Legal Education, Maxim is an avid participant in many Continuing Legal Educations seminars and courses accredited by the Upper Canada Law Society and Ontario Bar Association.
- LLB, Maxim received his Bachelor of Laws from the University of Windsor where he also was an elected student representative and volunteered at the community legal aid clinic, conferred in 2007.
- BA (Honors), Maxim received his honors Bachelor of Arts from York University in the field of political science with a primary focus on domestic and foreign policy and political economy conferred in 2003.