A Real Estate Attorney can help you understand the purchase contract, including how you will take title on the property.
Check that there are no covenants, easements, liens, etc. registered against the property that will impede your use of it.
Prepare and register all the legal documents.
Clarify the terms of the mortgage and work with your bank, if necessary, to modify them.
Scrutinize the adjustments, including taxes owing and utilities costs paid, prior to the transaction closing.
Review all the papers you will be required to sign.
Arrange title insurance protection to protect you from losses due to title defects.
Ensure you receive a valid registered ownership subject only to the liabilities you have accepted.
If you’re selling a home:
A Real Estate Attorney can help you review the binder and review or prepare the purchase and sale agreement, including negotiating its terms.
Prepare the deed and power of attorney if necessary.
Deal with title issues as they arise and help correct them.
Arrange for transfer of security deposits.
Arrange for insurance certificates if needed.
Review of Sale and Purchase Contract
We will verify that the contract and its terms are clear and legally enforceable, explain the technical terms to you, and suggest possible improvements. In reviewing the contract, we are your advocate, looking for clauses that might cause problems for you later on or suggesting options that favor your interests.
If you need to sign a contract before you can meet with a lawyer, write in the phrase “Subject to approval by buyer’s/seller’s attorney,” then see a lawyer as soon as possible.
Preparation of commercial and residential lease agreements.
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