This text examines leading case law and relevant statutes for each stage of the real estate transaction including signing the listing agreement, negotiating the agreement of purchase and sale, submitting requisitions, closing the transaction, and the document registration procedure under electronic registration.
This text explains the variety of different property rights that exist in Canadian law, the ways in which property rights can be created or transferred to others, and the resolution of disputes between people who claim competing property rights to the same thing.
This book lays the foundation for property-related areas, including real estate conveyancing and land registration, landlord and tenant law, estate planning and succession, trusts, equity and restitution, Aboriginal rights, bailments, and mortgage remedies.
The legal aspects and practice implications of title and off-title searching, land registration, conveyancing, and title and mortgage fraud and insurance are rapidly evolving. The text delivers a must-have toolbox of proactive risk management best practices for title and off-title investigation and review and conveyancing in the complex context of electronic registration and title insurance.