Further to our blog last year introducing the requirement of Real Property Reports (RPR) in real estate transactions in Alberta (not required with most condo sales), we return to this topic to discuss the question as to when an RPR has to be updated. The seller of a home is normally required to provide the…Read more
About: Peter Robinson
Peter G. Robinson is an accomplished and skilled general practice lawyer in Calgary, Alberta. Over his 20 year career, Peter has carved out his niche in Residential Real Estate, Wills & Estate Planning, and Probate Applications. Uniquely available to his clients, Peter is a calm and patient communicator who easily puts his clients at ease with straight-forward explanations of legal concepts. Blogging is his latest venture to cultivate awareness of NW Calgary Law, a law firm where he is the hands-on leader of an enthusiastic team dedicated to prompt and efficient service. Follow Peter on Twitter, connect with him on LinkedIn or visit www.nwcalgarylaw.com The content contained in these blogs is intended to provide information about the subject matter and is not intended as legal advice. If you would like further information or advice on any of the subjects discussed in this blog post, please contact the author at NW Calgary Law at 403.288.0009 or email@example.com.
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An Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) is a legal document used to empower someone to make financial and property decisions on your behalf should you become mentally incapacitated or infirm. Your Attorney (this does not mean lawyer) has a fiduciary duty of loyalty to the person that created the EPA (the Donor). All decisions have…Read more
On most Land Titles in Alberta we see a notation like this attached to the Legal Description: “EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS AND THE RIGHT TO WORK SAME”. If I return to my introductory Property Law courses, I can explain what this means. Land refers not only to the surface, but extends down also…Read more
It is well understood that GST is not payable in the purchase of used residential housing. GST is payable on the purchase of a newly constructed or substantially renovated residential home. The GST tax rate is 5%, subject to rebates. I will talk about the GST rebate in next month’s blog. A client recently asked…Read more
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