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Broker  |  Commission  |  Property Biz Canada  |  T.L. Willaert Realty Ltd. v. Fody  |  The Legal Corner

Some of you may recall that I wrote about the law of “quiet enjoyment” just over a year ago. ( Tenant's Right to Quiet Enjoyment -... Read More

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Quiet Enjoyment  |  Breach of the Covenant

If you are planning on listing your property for sale or lease soon with a Broker, you should read the latest edition of our Real Estate Communique before entering into the listing agreement. It deals with an Owner's liability for commission on a sale during the holdover period to a party who was introduced to the property during the term of the Agreement. Read More

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Published in the Globe and Mail May 25, 2001.

Most builders have their own form of agreement of purchase and sale which covers the matters mentioned in these columns.

The Greater Toronto Home Builders’ Association (GTHBA), which represents over 600 home builders in the GTA, developed a standard form of new home agreement of purchase and sale in 1988.

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Published in the Globe and Mail May 4, 2001.

The agreement of purchase and sale is the foundation for every real estate transaction, whether it’s residential or commercial. It never ceases to amaze me how what is usually the most important legal agreement that most people will ever enter into gets the least amount of attention from most home buyers.

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Published in the Globe and Mail April 6, 2001.

Delayed closings in the GTA are not a recent phenomenon. During the real estate boom of the 1980s, an overheated market put tremendous strains upon the supply of new homes.

In 1988, consumer pressure resulted in the provincial building industry regulatory body, the Ontario New Home Warranty Program (ONHWP), legislating mandatory provisions to be included in an Addendum to each Purchase Agreement for a new home (excluding new condominiums).

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Published in the Globe and Mail March 30, 2001.

This year is threatening to be marked by strikes, new development taxes, rising construction costs, job losses and stock market crashes.

In spite of all that, the forecasts are still for a strong real estate market in 2001.

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