Did you know that the Halifax Regional Municipality recently enacted a new by-law impacting rental properties? On June 12, 2023, By-Law R-400 came into effect. This By-Law requires that all property owners register their rental properties under the Residential Rental Registry by April 1, 2024. I am a Rental Owner, what does By-Law R-400 Mean […]
Practice area: Real Estate
Our Real Estate team is ready to provide the legal services and the advice you need in the areas of:
- Purchasing Property
- Selling Property
- Migrating Property
- Refinancing Property
- Blanket Collateral Mortgages
- Secured Lines of Credit
- Second Mortgages
- Private Lender Representation
- Construction Mortgages
- Turn Key
- New Build Under Contract
- Easement Agreements
- Right of Way Agreements
- Road Maintenance Agreements
- Land Use Agreements
Did you know that the Halifax Regional Municipality recently enacted a new by-law impacting rental properties? By-Law M-200 outlines the minimum standards that rental owners, including short-term rental owners, will need to ensure that their properties comply with. I am a Rental Owner, what does By-Law M-200 Mean for Me? Under By-Law M-200, and By-Law […]
Did you know that the Government of Nova Scotia recently enacted new laws affecting short-term rental properties? On September 1, 2023, new amendments to land use by-laws came into effect which impact short-term rentals in the Halifax Regional Municipality. These amendments place limitations on where Airbnbs and similar short-term rentals can be operated. What types […]
Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog finally retire from the Muppet Show and decide to purchase a small oceanfront home in Nova Scotia
Alex practices primarily in the area of real estate. Alex additionally practices in the area of property disputes providing guidance on boundary disputes, land use, access and builder’s liens.
Jennifer is a founding partner at Kennedy Schofield Lutz and has been practicing in the St. Margaret’s Bay/Tantallon area since 2001.
Charlotte practices in the areas of family law, real estate, and wills and estates, including probate. Charlotte graduated from the Schulich School of Law in 2013.
Born and raised in St. Margaret’s Bay, Tracey graduated with distinction from Mount St. Vincent University. Tracey obtained her law degree from Dalhousie University and was called to the Nova Scotia Bar in 2000. Tracey articled with a large firm in the city but wanted to come back to her community to offer legal services. […]
Amanda practices real estate law, wills and estates, and corporate law. She graduated from Saint Mary’s University and the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University.