We are pleased to announce that Mtre Geneviève Limoges has joined our team. While Mtre Limoges’ practice focuses on real estate law, civil and commercial litigation, and construction law, she also has significant experience in family law.
Following the recent measures announced by various levels of government in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we wish to inform you that we are maintaining our activities at our Laval and Blainville offices.
Mtre Bryan-Eric Lane was guest speaker at the Faculté des Mordus event in Boucherville on January 18. The event was organized by the Mordus d’immobiliergroup, with over 350 attendees enjoying the full day of real estate presentations.
Last December 6, Mtre Bryan-Eric Lane, in collaboration with Éditions Yvon Blais, gave a webinar on remedies against previous sellers for latent defects, and remedies against stakeholders involved in the construction of a building.
We are proud to have contributed to the very successful first edition of BMO’s Real Estate Conference (2018), held in Laval on October 25th. This event, recognized by the OACIQ and the Barreau du Québec as continuing education hours, attracted a large audience, with a full conference room of 150 participants, namely 120 real estate brokers and 30 lawyers from Laval.
Mtre Bryan-Eric Lane participated as a speaker at the 5th edition of Éditions Yvon Blais’ Real Estate Law Conference, held in Montreal on October 9th. The Honourable Henri Richard, Associate Chief Justice of the Court of Quebec’s Civil Division, served as the conference’s honorary chairman.
This September 5, in Gatineau, Mtre Bryan-Eric Lane will deliver a lecture on latent defects for member lawyers of the Bar of Outaouais, as part of the activities marking the fall 2018 Rentrée judiciaire (the reopening of the Courts) organized by the Bar of Outaouais.
Mtre Bryan-Eric Lane is one of the guest speakers for the 5th edition of the Real Estate Law Conference (Colloque Droit immobilier), organized by Les Éditions Yvon Blais, which will be held this April 30 in Quebec City. The Honourable Henri Richard, Associate Chief Justice of the Civil Chamber of the Court of Quebec, will act as honorary chairman of this conference.
On October 6, 2017, Mtre Bryan-Eric Lane will be providing a full-day conference on latent defects for lawyers, notaries, and other real estate professionals at Le St-Martin hotel in Laval. Organized by Éditions Yvon Blais, this training is recognized for the Barreau du Québec’s and the Chambre des notaires du Québec’s mandatory continuing education hours, and is in the process of being accredited for the Organisme d'autoréglementation du courtage immobilier du Québec’s (OACIQ) mandatory continuing education units (CEUs) for real estate brokers.
On March 27th, the American website Law Technology Today published an article on Mtre Bryan-Eric Lane regarding his use of speech-recognition and digital dictation technology and their impact on his daily productivity.
On Friday, March 24, 2017, Mtre Bryan-Eric Lane will provide a full-day conference on latent defects for lawyers, notaries, and other real estate professionals at the Alt Hotel in Quartier Dix30 in Brossard. This training, organized by Éditions Yvon Blais, is recognized for the Barreau du Québec’s and the Chambre des notaires du Québec’s mandatory continuing education hours.
We are pleased to welcome Mtre Alexandra Davanzo to our team. Mtre Davanzo’s practice focuses on real estate law, civil and commercial litigation, and corporate law. Mtre Davanzo is an alumnus of Université Laval and a member of the Quebec Bar since 2015.
On November 18th in Laval, Mtre Bryan-Eric Lane, together with Mtre Caroline Frappier, notary and director of business development for Compagnie d’assurances FCT Ltée, provided a training to lawyers of the Bar of Laval on real estate title insurance.
The rules on family patrimony were introduced into the Civil Code of Québec (C.C.Q.) more than 30 years ago. The law that introduced these rules bears a title that sums up quite well the legislator’s objective: Act to Amend the Civil Code of Québec and Other Legislation in Order to Favour Economic Equality Between Spouses. The new rules aimed to rebalance the assets/property of married couples at the time of separation.