Toronto Real Estate Lawyers Assisting with Commercial and Residential Property Transactions



Both residential and commercial real estate transactions are fraught with inherent legal and financial risk. For this reason, it is important to obtain guidance from an experienced real estate lawyer as early in the process as possible.

Retaining legal counsel is the best way protect your legal rights throughout a real estate transaction. The lawyers at NULaw are experienced in all aspects of real estate law. Since 1953, our firm and its forerunners has been skillfully assisting clients with:

  • Residential Property Law
  • Commercial Property Law
  • Leasing Law

Residential Property Law

Buying or selling real estate is arguably the largest and most important financial transaction most people will make in their lives. The high legal fees that often accompany the home-buying process can make the transaction even more stressful. At NULaw in Toronto we understand this, and are committed to doing things differently. We offer reasonable fees for residential real estate transactions. We take pride in building strong relationships with our clients and keeping them well-informed throughout the process. We are forthright and pragmatic, and will not drive up your legal costs, or include any surprise fees when you receive your bill.

Our lawyers can assist you with every step of your residential real estate transaction. For over 50 years, NULaw and its predecessors have helped hundreds of clients in all forms of residential transactions, including:

  • Home purchase and sale
  • Condo purchase and sale
  • Mortgage financing and refinancing
  • Interfamily property transfer
  • Survivorship applications
  • Ownership and family agreements

Relying on our knowledge and experience in family law, we also provide our clients with comprehensive guidance and advice on division of property (including any residential real estate) following separation and divorce, and we provide direction with respect to what best to do with the matrimonial home.

Commercial Property Law

The purchase or sale of commercial property can ultimately have an impact on the success of your business. Obtaining legal advice from an experienced real estate lawyer is crucial in ensuring the efficiency of the sale, and in avoiding costly disputes down the road.

At NULaw we can guide you through every step of a commercial real estate transaction, negotiate on your behalf, and defend your interests in any potential disputes.

We have experience in a wide range of commercial real estate transactions including:

  • Commercial real estate sales and purchases;
  • Commercial leasing;
  • Commercial development financing;
  • Mortgage financing and refinancing.

Leasing Law

Leasing property can be a lucrative endeavor, but also comes with many expensive risks. To effectively manage these risks, owners of a leased property should obtain assistance from real estate lawyers with specific experience in tenancy and commercial leasing law.

The real estate lawyers at NULaw have been helping commercial and residential landlords and tenants in all aspects of their leasing affairs for many years. We are available on an issue-by-issue or long term basis and can advise you on a wide range of leasing transactions, including:

  • Drafting and executing commercial leases;
  • Drafting and executing residential leases;
  • Lease renewals;
  • Assignment and sublet of leases;
  • Lease negotiations

Contact the Real Estate Lawyers at NULaw for Effective Legal Guidance with Your Next Real Estate Transaction

At NULaw in Toronto we offer clear and transparent fees, and will guide you on stand-alone elements in the buying or selling process, or through every step of a transaction. Contact us online or at 416-481-5604 to book a consultation today.

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