Bar Admission 2023
Law degree, Université de Montréal (LLB and Juris Doctor)
A lawyer in our Laval office, Omar practices mainly in co-ownership law and real estate law. During his internship, he proceeded to the rewriting of co-ownership declarations and has worked in collaboration with his colleagues for a clientele of co-ownership syndicates and real estate managers. Furthermore, he has participated in co-ownership meetings as a meeting officer.Read more
Omar was able to effectively combine school and sports by being a student-athlete with the Carabins of the Université de Montréal, and later became a professional soccer athlete. He has served on the board of directors of the Professional Footballers Association of Canada (PFACan), an organization that aims to protect the rights of professional soccer players in Canada.
He is appreciated for his availability, his thoroughness and his desire to learn.
- Amendment of Declaration of Co-ownership
- Analysis of the Declaration of Co-ownership and legal opinions
- Civil Litigation
- Condominium Law
- Conflict Resolution
- Latent Defects
- Real-Estate/Leasing Litigation
I’ve accompanied many lawyers in the writing of legal opinions and complex mandates of rewriting co-ownership declarations during my internship.
My academic and sporting backgrounds have helped me develop the necessary skills and the required thoroughness in order to complete these mandates.
I find it important to be involved in school and civil sports with young people because it allows them to develop a work ethic and an ability to adapt that will benefit them in the future.
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