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This could be the most important transaction of your life! Buying and selling property can be onerous and time consuming. You need expert advice and guidance throughout the process to ensure that your interests are protected at all times! Leave nothing to chance. One misstep can result in unbearable losses and lengthy and expensive legal processes. Do it right the first time!

Real Estate Sale and Purchase

Buying or selling a property is a major transaction that is surprisingly complicated. It is important to have strong legal representation when you are entering into these deals because a real estate lawyer knows how to protect you.

We Specialize in all areas of real estate law and can help you navigate through the intricacies of the legally binding documents you need to sign when buying a home. We are here to help you buy your first home, invest in real estate or even move across the street.

Condominiums

The sale or lease of a condominium differs markedly from the sale or lease of a home, and it is important to understand the differences before entering into a major transaction. When entering into a condo agreement it is of the utmost importance to understand what you are signing. Kazembe and Associates can help you protect yourself from the potential far reaching ramifications of these agreements.

The team at Kazembe and Associates is well versed in all legal aspects of condominium sales, lease, and maintenance, and will ensure that you are not taken advantage of in your upcoming transaction. Contact us today for more information regarding the specific circumstances of your condominium sale, purchase, or lease.

Leases

When leasing or letting a home have a lawyer look at the documents before you sign. Legally binding lease documents can carry huge ramifications if they arent reviewed by a real estate law expert. Kazemebe and Associates understands that there is a huge difference in the laws from one region to another and can help you sign the lease that is right for you.

Kazembe and Associates has been practicing real estate law in the Toronto area for many years. Having managed numerous leases for both lessors and lessees, we understand the intricacies of the lease law and will ensure that your contract is ironclad and unimpeachable.

Development

Of all the different areas of real estate law, development may be the most involved and convoluted. Between land acquisitions, building permits, environmental and historical considerations, and all other forms of red tape involved in developing a new or existing property, it can often seem virtually impossible to get your project off the ground.

Kazembe and Associates prides itself on mastering the local intricacies of development real estate law.. Are you looking to build a home as an investment property, renovate your home or build your new dream home Kazembe and Associates is here to help. Get the help of an expert lawyer so that you don’t run into huge legal issues during your project.

 

Leases & Rental Agreements

Both tenants and landlords have rights and obligations, whether they have signed a written lease or not. Nonetheless, a written rental agreement or lease that clearly specifies what a landlord and a tenant agree to when renting a property is still a good idea.

A rental agreement should stipulate the obligations of both the landlord and tenant(s). This will include when rent is due, who is responsible for utilities and other costs and who is responsible for maintenance of the premises and the property.

 

Trust Deeds

Property deeds are legal instruments that are used to assign ownership of real property, to transfer title to the land and its improvements such as a house.

The amount of paperwork home buyers sign at closing is astounding. Most of those documents will be generated by the buyer’s lender. Without reading them and just signing, it can take buyers hours to finish.

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