Penrose, Auckland, New Zealand – August 3, 2022 — Steve Buckley, once a strength and conditioning specialist in the professional sports industry, now a commercial real estate broker, is expanding his presence in the industrial suburb of Penrose, as seen here https://commercialpropertybrokerauckland.co.nz/ and here Commercial Property Broker Penrose Steve BuckleyRead More →

Penrose, Auckland, New Zealand – August 3, 2022 — Steve Buckley, once a strength and conditioning specialist in the professional sports industry, now a commercial real estate broker, is expanding his presence in the industrial suburb of Penrose, as seen here https://commercialpropertybrokerauckland.co.nz/ and here Commercial Property Broker Penrose Steve BuckleyRead More →

ABERDEENSHIRE Stonehouse estate agency has acquired Grant Fairbairn Property Leasing in a deal that incorporates nearly 200 rental units. Stonehouse will manage the new properties from its central Aberdeen base at Neo House on Riverside Drive. The real estate agent also has a branch in Kemnay. Stonehouse Managing Director AndrewRead More →

The case oF 2487261 Ont. Corporation v. 2612123 Ont. Inc.2021 ONSC 336 (CSJ Ont.) (“Symphony”) is also interesting because it’s a case where termination, forfeiture relief, government grant programs, and the eviction moratorium intersect. In Symphony, the tenant paid 25% of the rent from April to August 2020 because heRead More →

To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. Real estate leasing: important recent developments Good news for landlords – Letters of credit drawdowns are not limited to a landlord’s preferred claim under the BIA On October 28, 2020, the Ontario CourtRead More →

Food delivered in seconds, groceries brought to your door, dates at your fingertips, and a personal driver wherever you are – we live in an on-demand world where access has never been easier. And as the coronavirus pandemic grips the country, accessibility and digital connection have never been more crucial.Read More →