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For litigation in Real Estate Law and Construction Law, the Alepin Gauthier team is able to help you at each step in your file. Our aim is to provide personalized legal advice, whether to individuals or to businesses.

Our team of lawyers can represent you in many arears, including :

- Drafting of construction contracts (contacts of enterprise)

- Latent defects’ matters

- Promises to purchase

- Legal construction hypothecs (liens)

- Professional Liability

- Undivided Coownership

- Relations amongs owners, general contractors and sub-contractors

- Commercial (non-residential) Leases

- Divided Coownership (Condominiums)

Alepin Gauthier serves clients from throughout Quebec, whether in Laval, Montreal and elsewhere in Quebec, and the rest of Canada.

Our lawyers working in this field

  1. Damage insurance: reconstruction or depreciated value?

    Damage insurance: reconstruction or depreciated value?

    Property owners often spend substantial sums of money to insure their real-estate investments and we would like to address the concepts of reconstruction value and depreciated value which [ … ]

    Learn more
  2. Latent defects: you may have to do an in-depth examination of the state of the property, even if access is difficult

    Latent defects: you may have to do an in-depth examination of the state of the [ … ]

    In a previous article, we examined the dynamic between the Plaintiff and the Defendant regarding the onus in demonstrating the existence of latent defects. This article considers the duty [ … ]

    Learn more
  3. Latent defects: the burden of proving hidden defects

    Latent defects: the burden of proving hidden defects

    Although we most often hear about latent defects when purchasing a new home or property, it should be noted that the legal warranty (or warranty against latent defects) provided in the Civil [ … ]

    Learn more
  4. Real estate deals: put it ALL in writing!

    Real estate deals: put it ALL in writing!

    The real estate market has taken an important position in today’s economy and almost everyone wants in. As such, it is important to understand some of the basics in that regard. Take, for [ … ]

    Learn more
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    LATENT DEFECTS: LIMITED ACCESSIBILITY IS NOT AN EXCUSE WHEN DECIDING WHETHER AN [ … ]

    On a number of prior occasions, we have mentioned that the buyer of real estate has the onus to prove that a given defect was latent and hidden. Often, such a defect is brought to the [ … ]

    Learn more

For litigation in Real Estate Law and Construction Law, the Alepin Gauthier team is able to help you at each step in your file. Our aim is to provide personalized legal advice, whether to individuals or to businesses.

Our team of lawyers can represent you in many arears, including :

- Drafting of construction contracts (contacts of enterprise)

- Latent defects’ matters

- Promises to purchase

- Legal construction hypothecs (liens)

- Professional Liability

- Undivided Coownership

- Relations amongs owners, general contractors and sub-contractors

- Commercial (non-residential) Leases

- Divided Coownership (Condominiums)

Alepin Gauthier serves clients from throughout Quebec, whether in Laval, Montreal and elsewhere in Quebec, and the rest of Canada.

Our lawyers working in this field

Publications

  1. Damage insurance: reconstruction or depreciated value?

    Damage insurance: reconstruction or depreciated value?

    Property owners often spend substantial sums of money to insure their real-estate investments and we would like to address the concepts of reconstruction value and depreciated value which [ … ]

    Learn more
  2. Latent defects: you may have to do an in-depth examination of the state of the property, even if access is difficult

    Latent defects: you may have to do an in-depth examination of the state of the [ … ]

    In a previous article, we examined the dynamic between the Plaintiff and the Defendant regarding the onus in demonstrating the existence of latent defects. This article considers the duty [ … ]

    Learn more
  3. Latent defects: the burden of proving hidden defects

    Latent defects: the burden of proving hidden defects

    Although we most often hear about latent defects when purchasing a new home or property, it should be noted that the legal warranty (or warranty against latent defects) provided in the Civil [ … ]

    Learn more
  4. Real estate deals: put it ALL in writing!

    Real estate deals: put it ALL in writing!

    The real estate market has taken an important position in today’s economy and almost everyone wants in. As such, it is important to understand some of the basics in that regard. Take, for [ … ]

    Learn more
  5. Image not available

    LATENT DEFECTS: LIMITED ACCESSIBILITY IS NOT AN EXCUSE WHEN DECIDING WHETHER AN [ … ]

    On a number of prior occasions, we have mentioned that the buyer of real estate has the onus to prove that a given defect was latent and hidden. Often, such a defect is brought to the [ … ]

    Learn more

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