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978-0-7798-5676-3
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237 pages
1 volume bound
softcover
2013-11-28
Carswell

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A Practical Guide to Mortgage Remedies in Ontario, Second Edition
By: Judith M. Wolf, J.D.
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Description
A Practical Guide to Mortgage Remedies in Ontario is a practical bound guidebook for students (clerks, paralegals, law students), law clerks, junior lawyers and mortgage brokers/agents that deals with mortgage remedies in Ontario. The book will start with an overview of a mortgage transaction in Ontario and then proceed to explain the various remedies available to the lender upon default of a mortgage including a comparative analysis of the various remedies. Useful precedents will be included to demonstrate how the various mortgage remedy options can be applied. The Second Edition has been updated to include even more helpful commentary on the Mortgages Act and all aspects of mortgage remedies, as well as:
  • New time-saving precedents.
  • Convenient checklists for:
    • Preliminary matters to consider before commencing a mortgage remedy;
    • Entities to be served with a Notice of Sale
    • Timing options – Notice of Sale and Statement of Claim
  • Elaboration of the Mortgagor's Right of Redemption
  • A reference to Canada Revenue Agency super priority claims
  • A detailed explanation of the impact of residential tenancies on mortgage remedies with specific references to the Residential Tenancies Act.
  • More real life scenarios throughout the book help to contextualize the points of law and illustrate how the various remedies are applied.
About the Author
Judith M. Wolf is a professor at Seneca College, in the School of Legal and Public Administration. She teaches a variety of courses, including real estate law, employment law, debtor-creditor law, ethics and legal entities. As a sole practitioner since 1990, she acts as counsel to financial institutions and private investors in all areas of mortgage work and mortgage remedy work and acts on behalf of individuals with respect to the purchase, sale and refinancing of property. She is the co-author of Legal Entities and Relationships, a text written for a course at Seneca College. She has her J.D. Degree from Osgoode Hall Law School.
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