Chambre des notaires du Québec 1994
Law degree, Université de Montréal (LLB)
Graduate diploma in notarial studies
Notary in Saint-Hyacinthe having always worked in private practice, Eric has extensive experience in real estate development, financing and co-ownership. His motto: "Since we have two ears and only one mouth, I listen before speaking". Professional rigor and practical common sense are personality traits which he believes best describe him. Its main objective is to allow each project to be realized in the best possible conditions. To achieve this, he combines the tools at his disposal and his clients numerous challenges with the different realities inherent to their projects.
- Business Financing
- Business Law
- Condominium Law
- Protection Mandates
- Real Estate Financing
- Real Estate Law
I have advised developers in several different real estate development projects, including numerous divided co-ownership projects.
I have also participated in various projects involving the implementation of emphyteutic rights with municipalities and educational institutions (Sports Center, Congress Center, Multifunctional Center).
I particularly enjoy assisting my clients from the beginning of their projects. I have therefore developed an expertise in drafting and negotiating offers to purchase.
I have acted on several occasions as a speaker on financing and real estate transaction matters.
Concerned about giving back to my community, I have sat on various committees and boards of directors, the main ones being the Fondation Aline-Letendre where I was a director for five years (Hôtel-Dieu de Saint-Hyacinthe) and La Petite Académie du Boisé (a private elementary school), of which I had the pleasure of chairing the board of directors for five years.
Jean Charest chooses TCJ
Therrien Couture Joli-Cœur (TCJ) is proud to announce that Jean Charest is joining its firm.
January 1st, 2024 : Increase in official Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) fees - The countdown has begun
To reduce its structural deficit, the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) has decided to increase most of its official fees for patents, trademarks, copyrights, industrial designs, geographical indications, official marks, and integrated (…)
Labour and Employment
An admitted fault is half forgiven
On January 2nd, 2023, an arbitrator confirmed that soliciting colleagues to participate in a pyramid scheme and lying to his employer on the matter constitutes sufficient grounds to justify the dismissal of an employee.
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