Every so often, I encounter a real estate transaction in which a Power of Attorney for Property (“POA”) is used for either the buyer or seller. In sale transactions, for example, the use of a POA may be necessary where the seller suffers from a diminished cognitive ability such that he or she is no longer able to make property-related decisions. In purchase transactions, the buyer may wish to make use of a POA if he or she…
If you’ve had occasion to attend a Toronto Blue Jays’ game in the last few years, you’ve probably noticed that the City of Toronto has a seemingly insatiable appetite for high-rise tower condominiums. Given the size and density of its downtown core, and the proximity of the lakeshore to its financial district, it is not surprising that a city like Toronto has experienced such a boom in high-rise condominium production…
I have had to privilege of working with the team at Johnson McMaster on many different occasions and now feel that I’ll never think twice about contacting them again in the future. Their attention to detail and willingness to go above and beyond make what might normally seem to be a daunting process feel like a breeze. On top of that, Bob’s sharp wit and dry sense of humour during meetings creates for a “meeting with a lawyer” to be something to look forward to!
Kristina and the team at Johnson McMaster made my real estate process seamless and I felt well informed. I will always trust their firm for my legal needs.
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