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$95.00Discover tips for condominium conveyancing, including things to look for when conducting due diligence. This on-demand program originally broadcast on March 15, 2022, as part of our Condominium Law Update webinar. Total running time is 1 hour, with an additional 52 minute faculty Q&A.
$95.00Explore practical considerations for lawyers who advise condominium developers, condominium managers, purchasers of new condominium units, and boards of new condominium corporations. This on-demand program originally broadcast on March 15, 2022, as part of our Condominium Law Update webinar. Total running time is 54 minutes, with an additional 52 minute faculty Q&A.
$65.00This paper provides a review of five recent foreclosures cases, focusing on: (1) the interplay with the Interest Act; (2) second mortgages and guarantees; (3) inadvertent discharge of a mortgage; (4) whether a discharged mortgage could be registered by caveat to preserve the rights of a mortgagee; and (5) deemed trusts. This paper was presented at LESA’s Foreclosures – Beyond the Basics webinar series in November, 2021.
$35.00When lawyers are retained or consulted by a borrower who is in foreclosure, they may ask themselves whether to file a Statement of Defense. This paper covers possible defenses in a foreclosure action. It also explores situations when lawyers should not file a Statement of Defense and other potential defenses that will result only in an increase of the costs of the foreclosure proceedings. This paper was presented at LESA’s Foreclosures – Beyond the Basics webinar series in November, 2021.
Explore some of the unusual circumstances that can arise in foreclosure proceedings, and how best to deal with them. Join senior foreclosure practitioners from across Alberta to discuss recent case law, residential tenants, notices of security interests, condominium caveats, community safety orders, and tips and trade secrets for in foreclosure and post-foreclosure sales. This on-demand program was originally presented as a 4-part webinar series in November, 2021.