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Notice to Lawyers Concerning Syndicated Mortgages

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On Oct. 24, 2017, the Law Society of Upper Canada issued a notice to lawyers concerning syndicated mortgages and syndicated mortgage investments. A syndicated mortgage is a mortgage where two or more persons participate as investors. Syndicated mortgages can be as simple as two people lending to a third person, the loan secured against a… Read More »

Categories: Real Estate

Commercial title insurance: What you need to know

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Commercial title insurance is a different product than a residential policy. For the most part, residential policies can be characterized as being “one size fits all” or “off the rack.” Yes, there are times when a residential policy may require an amendment or an exclusion to accommodate a particular situation, but often times, assuming the… Read More »

Categories: Real Estate

Avoiding communication-based claims: some tips for litigators

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Claims against litigation lawyers often involve allegations of communication errors. In this article, we consider steps that lawyers can take to avoid such claims right out of the gate – at the outset of their retainers. When we attribute a claim to a communication problem, what exactly do we mean? Here are some examples: a)… Read More »

Categories: Communication Errors, Civil Litigation

New in the practicePRO Lending Library: Microsoft OneNote for Lawyers in One Hour, 2nd Edition

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Upgrade your practice from the yellow legal notepad with Microsoft OneNote, a program that is included in both Microsoft Office 2016 and Microsoft Office 365. It’s also now available on nearly any device with a web browser, including iOS and Android devices and Windows Phones. With this guide, you will learn how to use OneNote… Read More »

Categories: Legal Technology



Contingency planning for lawyers: Do you have a plan in place for your practice?

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LAWPRO encourages lawyers to consider the impact that their unexpected death or incapacity would have on their practices, and to implement a plan to ensure that their clients continue to be served. The following article provides a good overview of issues lawyers should consider when making contingency plans. It originally appear in Hull & Hull… Read More »

Categories: Wills & Estates, Practice Aids, Law Practice Management

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