Your co-ownership legal advisers.
Our Co-ownership Law team assists syndicates of co-owners, directors, co-owners and managers of co-ownerships, both divided and undivided, for all their legal needs, in the form of legal advice and opinions, in the context of litigation or in mediation and arbitration.
We provide a wide range of personalized and quality services, whether in matters of declaration of co-ownership, meetings of co-owners, litigation, determination of the formula for allocation or collection of common expenses, or mediation and arbitration.
Our professionals will answer all your co-ownership questions, from verifying the building's documentation as part of the pre-purchase of a condo unit to its resale. They routinely draft and interpret complex contractual documents such as declarations of co-ownership.
- Advice and representation
- Amendment of Declaration of Co-ownership
- Analysis of the Declaration of Co-ownership and legal opinions
- Arbitration and Mediation
- Call for tenders
- Collection of common expenses
- Commercial and residential Leases
- Commercial leasing
- Contract Negotiating and Drafting
- Contract Termination
- Drafting of building regulations
- Faults, faulty work, defects or hidden defects
- Insurance trustee service
- Legal opinion
- Management and Development of Divided and Undivided Co-Ownerships
- Management of co-owners’ meetings
- Managing reference units
- Neighbourhood disturbances
- Notice of exercise of a right of mortgage
- Notice of Legal Hypothec
- Obligations arising from the sale
- Representation at a meeting
- Security analysis
- Support in the preparation of meetings
- Supporting syndicate in the event of loss of insurance coverage
- Updating the syndicate's records
- Verification of titles and leases
- Warranty plan management
- Written waiver or formal notice
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