Halifax, NS Residential Real Estate Attorneys

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Halifax, NS Residential Real Estate Attorneys

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  • John G. Robinson
  • Halifax, NS Canada
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  • Ronald J. Campbell
  • Dept. of Jus.
  • Halifax, NS Canada
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  • Paul L. Thompson
  • Halifax, NS Canada
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  • Robin M. Offman
  • Halifax, NS Canada
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  • Elias Metlej
  • Partner at McInnes Cooper
  • Halifax, NS Canada
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  • Harry D. Thompson
  • Member at Goldberg Thompson
  • Halifax, NS Canada
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  • Paul W. Goldberg
  • Member at Goldberg Thompson
  • Halifax, NS Canada
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  • John G. Stewart
  • Member at Goldberg Thompson
  • Halifax, NS Canada
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Residential Real Estate

Residential real estate attorneys can assist and advise homeowners at all stages of property ownership, including negotiating, drafting and reviewing purchase agreements; applying for zoning variances; appealing property tax assessments; clearing liens; exploring options to prevent foreclosure; defending homeowners during foreclosure proceedings; and representing homeowners in the event of defect non-disclosure litigation. Residential real estate lawyers can also represent either landlords or renters on lease negotiations, if landlord-tenant disputes occur or in the event of eviction proceedings.