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- Registering a Notice to try and save a Power of Sale
Often, borrowers loosing their home to a power of sale will take any advise they can get to stop the process. Borrowers are sometimes led to believe that if you register something on title to the property that you can possibly thwart the lender’s ability to physically transfer it. As with most regis … Read more »
- Meeting your legal needs during Covid-19
At Levy Zavet, the health and safety of our clients and staff is our top priority. During this time, we are monitoring the COVID-19 situation as more important information is being released, and have put safety measures in place during this epidemic, to ensure the continued safety and health of our … Read more »
- Private Lending: Do not Rely on Someone Else’s Appraisal!
Often private lenders will receive a brief term sheet with an email introduction from a mortgage broker or agent trying to place a mortgage deal. Included in this email package may be an appraisal that was used perhaps to satisfy a prior lender on the property, or if looking for a second priority m … Read more »
- Levy Zavet Lawyers – Are restrictive covenants always totally and completely enforceable?
For most buyers purchasing real estate, it is common practice to check municipal by-laws to determine whether their intended use for a property will be permissible. What they may not know however is to check for any restrictive covenants – which are often even stricter than municipal bylaws. What is … Read more »
- Levy Zavet Lawyers: A Real Estate Lawyer’s Top Tips for First-Time Homebuyers in 2020
As 2019 came to a close, many Canadians are setting their sights on 2020 and making plans for the next decade. If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to purchase your first home, then you will definitely want to read our top tips for first-time home buyers! Tip #1: Learn about government programs … Read more »