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How-To Brief: How To Prepare Closing Documents in a Commercial Real Estate Transaction

The Real Estate Group at Lang Michener LLP has just completed the "How-To Brief: How To Prepare Closing Documents in a Commercial Real Estate Transaction" for the Law Society of Upper Canada. This is a real estate How-To Brief for the Law Society's online resources. These resources have been designed to assist lawyers and articling students in performing key day-to-day tasks in major practice areas. The How-To Briefs are intended to provide a step-by-step procedural guide and to raise substantive issues to consider in relation to these tasks. The How-To Briefs are available on the Law Society's website.

As a senior real estate practitioner in Ontario, Bruce McKenna was approached by the Law Society earlier this year and agreed to prepare this material. He was assisted throughout this preparation process by Matthew German. In addition, every other lawyer, clerk and student in Lang Michener LLP's Real Estate Group made some contribution to and enhanced the final product. We are proud that the Lang Michener LLP forms will be used in commercial real estate transactions across Ontario.

As with the O'Brien's Encyclopedia of Forms Division on Leases prepared by Bill Rowlands and others, the Real Estate Group at Lang Michener LLP continues to provide leadership in the Ontario Real Estate bar. 

Bruce McKenna

Matthew German

October 30, 2008 in Leasing | Permalink

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