Heather McKean, Stella Di Cresce
Domestic or foreign investors looking to acquire, lease or develop property in Canada need to be cognizant of the main laws that govern the Canadian real estate market, including at the federal and provincial levels.
Osler partners Heather McKean and Stella Di Cresce provide thoughtful, in-depth analysis on Canadian real estate law in the Canada chapter of The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Real Estate 2017 to help developers and investors navigate the complexities of the market. Written in an easily digestible question-and-answer format, the chapter covers commonly asked commercial real estate questions while also examining significant developments and recent trends in the sector.
The Q&A provides a solid basis for developers and investors who want to know more about any of the following topics relating to the Canadian real estate sector:
- real estate law
- real estate rights
- system of registration
- the registry/registries
- the real estate market
- liabilities of buyers and sellers in real estate transactions
- finance and banking regulations
- tax rules
- leases of business premises
- public law permits and obligations
- climate change
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