For many in Ontario, the family cottage is an important part of their lifestyle. Additionally, as the residential market heats up in urban centers, more people are opting to purchase homes in rural areas. The purchase and sale of these types of properties involve distinct issues that real estate lawyers must thoroughly understand to properly assist their clients.
Whether you are new to wells, septic systems, road access, and tricky title insurance issues, or you have been dealing with them for some time, gain the tools you need to handle the difficult challenges that arise in rural and recreational property transactions. Hear from our esteemed faculty on the recent spike in timeshares, fractional and vacant land condominiums, and short-term rentals made more popular by online services such as Airbnb. Benefit directly from the practical advice of our expert faculty and stay ahead of the curve on these unique transactions.
Nathalie Tinti, Barriston LLP
Patrick Lassaline, Downey Tornosky Lassaline & Timpano Law
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Are We There Yet? Where Are We?
Naiomi W. Metallic, Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie
Nation to Nation - Crown to Indigenous Nation (PP)
Sara Mainville, Olthuis Kleer Townshend LLP
‘Nation-to-Nation' Relationships: The Métis Nation's Perspective
Jason T. Madden, Pape Salter Teillet LLP
Indigenous Legal Traditions: Managing the Interactions (PP)
Dr. Sébastien Grammond, University of Ottawa (Civil Law)
Finding/Making Space for Indigenous Laws: a practitioner's perspective (PP)
Judith Rae, Olthuis Kleer Townshend LLP
Toward a Bijural Interpretation of the Principle of Respect in Aboriginal Law
Dr. Kirsten Manley-Casimir, Indigenous Justice Division, Ministry of the Attorney General, Ontario