Intellectual Property is also an Asset

Intellectual Property is also an Asset

The Great Boundary Wall Debate

The Great Boundary Wall Debate

While most of our property law practice involves disputes between landlords and tenants, property buyers and sellers and even municipalities and their constituents, every now and then we are instructed in a dispute between neighbours. Hadar...

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How to Protect & Grow Property Asset Value

How to Protect & Grow Property Asset Value

Part 1 of 3: How to identify a good tenant The main goal of owning or managing any property is protecting and growing the asset’s value. Whilst this may seem fairly obvious, there is unfortunately no straightforward path to easily and...

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The Landlord-Tenant Relationship Breakdown

The Landlord-Tenant Relationship Breakdown

Advice from a Hardened Property Litigator I’ve dealt with hundreds, if not thousands, of landlord-tenant disputes. My firm has been entrusted to represent landlords in some of our country’s most technical legal property disputes. We’ve even...

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Law Firm 2.0

Law Firm 2.0

Law – one of the oldest and most noble of professions. How has it evolved with the times? When one considers the very origins of the legal profession– its initial purpose was for a good orator to plead a case on a “friend’s” behalf. This...

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Residential Eviction Misconceptions

Residential Eviction Misconceptions

“You will never get that tenant out!” “The Law only protects the tenant, the landlord receives no help” “Lock out the tenant – it’s the only way” “The residential eviction process can take years” “It will cost you a fortune to evict a tenant”...

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Rental Law Q&A

Rental Law Q&A

In response to our article Fin24 Money Clinic article that was run on 17 June 2020 - Am I liable to pay rent for a flat I’m not yet occupying? Click here to read more. Reader question: I have a problem and need information according to rental...

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