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Congratulations Taylor A. Antonchuk

Taylor received her Call to the Manitoba Bar on June 15, 2023 after graduating with her Juris Doctor from Robson Hall, Faculty of Law, at the University of Manitoba. She also previously obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Criminal Justice from the University of Winnipeg. While she was in Law School, she served as Co-Chair of the Professional Development Committee and… Read More »

Buying a Home: Interest

If you are arranging for part of the purchase price to be paid by way of the proceeds of a new mortgage, the process of registering the transfer of land and the mortgage documents in Manitoba may require that the transaction be closed without the mortgage funds being available to the buyer. This may result in the proceeds not being available to the seller immediately… Read More »

Selling a Home: Interest

When you sell a home, a typical offer to purchase provides that the purchaser is entitled to pay for part of the purchase price through proceeds of a new mortgage. If so, payment of the sale proceeds to you may be delayed by the time required to register the purchaser’s transfer of land and a new mortgage at the Land Titles Office. In that regard,… Read More »

Congratulations Simon A. Reimer

Simon received his Call to the Manitoba Bar on June 15, 2023 after graduating with his Juris Doctor and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Manitoba. In 2017/18, Simon studied German and Politics at the Universitat Greifswald in Germany under a scholarship from the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst. He was also recognized as a Pitblado Scholar and received the Frank Billinkoff Prize for the highest… Read More »

Underused Housing Tax: The Impact on Some Residential Property Owners

The Underused Housing Tax Act (UHTA) came into effect in June 2022 and may apply to residential properties owned on or after December 31, 2022. This affects many residential property owners who should be aware of the new annual responsibilities they may have under the Act.[1] The Underused Housing Tax is an annual 1% tax on the ownership of vacant or underused housing in Canada.… Read More »