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Legal issues which are specific from state to state.

Experience in the area

Licensed Realtor since 1987, Broker Since 1991. Ontario Canada real estate -- Commercial, investment, leasing, business brokerage


Stockwell Realty Corporation



Real Estate Council of Ontario, Registered under the real estate and business brokers act 2002

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A few from past organizations I belong to. Now with my own company, it's hard for me to give myself awards.

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Dealt with both small as well as regional tenants, individual investors to syndications.

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2015-10-24 cam fees:

hi Manny    depends on lots of things;    In your lease there should be wording to explain tmi / cam charges. I would assume that the lease it written in a format "NET" to the landlord. In other words

2014-04-03 Commercial property sold as residential:

Audra    Thanks for your question. For starters, I'm located in Canada, near Toronto. I'm sure your laws vary from state to state.    Here in our area, a house can be sold as a residential home, even if

2014-03-01 lease problem:

hi Gabriel    well for starters, laws vary from state to state and 2nd, Im in Canada so I don't know how much help I can be to you.. that said, I would look at your lease...    is there a provision in

2012-10-27 Commercial landlords / discrimination of specific business?:

Michael thanks for your question. the answer is No. there are no remedies for this you are talking about an entirely different building with an entirely different landlord and that landlord can pick and

2012-04-03 CAM/TMI:

Glenn    You have to read your lease.     Yes, you are right. TMI (Taxes Maintenance and Insurance) is for just that.     MOST leases have it written in there that the tenant may dispute those costs and


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