Real Estate Part 2 - Condo Topic: New Changes to the Act; Tarion Updates; Legal Non-conforming Rights in Ontario | CPDonline.ca

Real Estate Part 2 - Condo Topic: New Changes to the Act; Tarion Updates; Legal Non-conforming Rights in Ontario

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45 minutes
Published
2021
Presenter(s)
Rod Escayola
Michael Polowin
Tim Schumacher
Tim Snell
Frank Tanner
Source
County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA)
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
50 minutes
Price
$89.00 plus tax
Includes Handouts

Rod Escayola, Tim Schumacher, Tim Snell, Michael Polowin and Harland Tanner present:

Real Estate Part 2

  • Condo Topic: New Changes to the Act
  • Tarion Updates
  • Legal Non-conforming Rights in Ontario

Presenters

Rod Escayola

Michael Polowin

Michael Polowin is a partner in Gowlings' Ottawa office, practising in the area of commercial real estate and municipal and planning law. He was called to the Bar in 1985. Michael has practised law in Ottawa since 1985 and prior to joining Gowlings in 2005 he was a partner with another major law firm where his practice focused on commercial real property and municipal and planning law. He has served a three-year term as a member of the Committee of Adjustment for the former City of Nepean. Michael taught in the School of Business at Carleton University from 1987 to 1991. He is a member of the Ottawa chapter of the Building Owners and Managers Association, where he also serves as a member of the Government Affairs Committee. Michael is active in the community, sitting on the Board of a number of charitable organizations and acting as a fundraiser for others. He is chair of the Board of Directors for Camp B'nai Brith of Ottawa.

Tim Schumacher

Tim Snell

Frank Tanner Piazza Tanner LLP

Harland completed his undergraduate degree at Carleton University and graduated from the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law in 2006. He was called to the Bar in 2007. Harland acts in residential and commercial real estate matters, representing and advising individuals and businesses through the process of buying, selling and financing. He also acts extensively for lenders in commercial mortgage transactions and developers in all aspects of land development and construction. In addition to his extensive real estate practice, Harland also practices in the areas of wills, estates and trusts, advising both individuals and businesses in estate matters and succession planning.

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