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Limits of the warranty exclusion clause

Limits of the warranty exclusion clause

Sale of property without legal warranty: scope and limits of the warranty exclusion clause When you buy a building, you may come across a warranty exclusion clause in the notarized sales contract. This contractual provision is designed to prevent the buyer from...

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Sale of property without legal warranty

Sale of property without legal warranty

Buying a property without a legal guarantee may seem advantageous, but there are risks involved. Is it really wise to proceed without the advice of a building inspector? Find out more about the implications and tips for navigating this tricky situation.

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Undue influence in inheritance law

Undue influence in inheritance law

Find out how Sabbagh & Associé, specialists in inheritance law in Quebec, fights capture to secure your inheritance. Their expertise in case law and the Civil Code offers unfailing protection against fraudulent manoeuvres. Click here to find out more and protect your rights.

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What should you do if your neighbour is noisy or disturbing?

What should you do if your neighbour is noisy or disturbing?

When dealing with a noisy or disruptive neighbour, it’s vital to know your legal rights and recourses. This article looks at the nature and management of neighbourhood disturbances, focusing on noise-related disturbances and the steps to be taken to remedy them legally.

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An estate lawyer: your aid when in an estate battle

An estate lawyer: your aid when in an estate battle

Your ally in difficult estates: the probate lawyer – when faced with the challenges of a complex estate, the expertise of a specialist lawyer is crucial. Absent wills, heir disputes, unpaid debts: find out how this legal ally can guide you towards a fair and legal resolution.

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Breach of contract: your recourse

Breach of contract: your recourse

Breach of contract: Your Options in Quebec – If you’re faced with an unfulfilled contract, explore your legal options. Consult a lawyer for a formal notice or other action, going all the way to court if necessary.

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