Compensation not guaranteed for delayed occupancy

While the Tarion Warranty Corporation requires that a delayed occupancy warranty be attached to every agreement of purchase and sale of a newly constructed dwelling, the nature and extent of permissible delays vary depending on the facts of each individual case, Toronto real estate lawyer Lisa Laredo writes in Lawyers Weekly.

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By | 2018-05-30T22:20:53+00:00 October 15th, 2015|

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Lisa Laredo
Lisa Laredo is a Toronto-based wills & estates, real estate, and commercial lawyer. At Laredo Law, we have the experience and expertise to create the legal structures that will serve your business now and into the future.