Chambre des notaires du Québec 1999
Law degree, Université de Sherbrooke (LLB)
Master's Degree in notarial law from Université de Sherbrooke (MDN)
A Sherbrooke notary, Martin has developed, over the years, extensive experience in commercial and corporate law.
Martin also has extensive experience in residential and commercial real estate law, as well as in law of persons, including drafting wills, with or without fiduciaries, mandates in case of incapacity, non-contentious proceedings and estate settlements.
In addition to handling financing projects with most financial institutions, Martin has also represented foreign companies in the area of commercial real estate for acquisitions and commercial financing as well as enforcing guarantees.
His clients appreciate his professionalism, efficiency, and ability to solve complex matters. And Martin relies on his experience and diligence to complete projects and ensure his clients’ satisfaction.
- Business Financing
- Estate Planning
- Inheritance Law
- Inter Vivos Trust
- Protection Mandates
- Real Estate Financing
- Real Estate Law
- Testamentary Trust
The legal opinions I draft are very often involve enforcing security interests on movable (personal) and immovable (real) property, in particular on the basis of their validity and enforceability. Moreover, I prepare and register security interests on movable and immovable property in the area of agricultural law.
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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