Clients sometimes tell me that they assume if they die without a will, that their assets will go to the government. I don’t know where they get this information – perhaps they have heard of something like this happening in other jurisdictions. In Alberta, the distribution of an Intestate (no will) Estate is governed by…Read more
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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 403.265.3010 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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It is not uncommon for there to be disputes about the condition of a property on Completion Day. It sometimes happens that there has been damage to the property since the offer was made, an appliance is missing or not working, or a hidden problem is discovered. These disputes are easier to resolve if potential…Read more
More and more new home buyers are being attracted to condominiums. The following is a suggested check-list concerning condominium ownership that you might want to discuss with your lawyer: (more…)Read more
Buyers are largely responsible for determining that the property they are buying is suitable for their needs. This is the doctrine of caveat emptor, or “buyer beware”. Still, vendors are obligated to disclose certain matters about the property to the buyer. Included in the seller’s warranties in article 6.1 (h) of the standard AREA contract…Read more
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