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Bassam Lazar

Bassam Lazar

Area of PracticeReal Estate and Business Law
Year of Call2011
Law SchoolUniversity of Windsor Law

Bassam Lazar is primarily a real estate lawyer in London Ontario, offering services in London, Windsor, Kitchener and surrounding areas.

Bassam Lazar is the founding lawyer of Lazar Law. Bassam graduated from the University of Western in Ontario in 2005 and from the University of Windsor Law in 2009. Bassam’s primary area of practice in London, Windsor and throughout Ontario is real estate law: this includes residential purchase, sales and mortgage refinancing. Other areas of practice at Lazar Law include commercial real estate, commercial and residential leasing, and certain transactional legal matters.

Recent Articles

  • Important Questions to Consider when Starting your Estate Plan

    Every November, make-a-Will month highlights an important legal document that every Canadian should have but many don’t. See my past article, Why do I need a Will? for more information on the importance of making a Will. After deciding it is time to make a Will, you may wonder where to start. Estate planning can…

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  • Why do I need a Will?

    Many people in Ontario do not have a Will. According to a poll conducted by the Angus Reid Institute, 51% of Canadians do not have a Will, citing young age or lack of assets as their reason for not having one.[1] Even those individuals who do have a Will, may not have one that currently…

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  • The Advent of Reverse Mortgages 

    Chances are that if you own a home, you have had a mortgage at some point in your life; if not, well done. What you may be less familiar with is the idea of reverse mortgages. Before delving into this, some context is warranted.   Conventional Mortgage  The conventional mortgage involves a financial institution (usually a…

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  • ONCA Affirms: Annulment Clause Allows Vendors To Not Complete Sale of Property

    One of the fundamental rights available to a vendor in an Agreement of Purchase and Sale is the statutory right to walk away from the sale of land if the vendor is unwilling or unable to remedy a title defect raised by a purchaser, and to which the purchaser is not willing to waive, prior…

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