Are you buying or selling a home, or a commercial real estate property?

If you’re buying a home, Pax Law can help you with every step of the process, from preparing and reviewing legal documents to negotiating the terms of the transaction. We’ll take care of all the legal paperwork for you, so you can focus on what’s really important – finding your dream home or getting the best price for your property. We have extensive experience in all aspects of real estate law, real estate title transfers and are committed to providing you with outstanding service and a smooth transaction.

Buying or selling commercial real estate can be a daunting task. Pax Law’s real estate lawyers have the experience and expertise in to assist you with arranging purchase financing, municipal zoning, strata property rules, provincial environmental regulations, taxes, trusts, and commercial tenancies. We regularly deal with corporate investors, landlords, and property management companies regarding the sale or lease of their commercial properties.

Pax Law now has a Dedicated Real Estate Lawyer, Lucas Pearce. All real estate undertakings must be taken from or given to him, NOT SAMIN MORTAZAVI. Mr. Mortazavi or a Farsi-speaking assistant attends the signings for Farsi-speaking clients.

Firm’s name: Pax Law Corporation
Conveyancer: Melissa Mayer
Phone: (604) 245-2233
Fax: (604) 971-5152
conveyance@paxlaw.ca

Our real estate lawyers oversee the legal aspects of real estate transactions.

We prepare and review legal documents relating to real estate, negotiate the terms and conditions of the transactions, and facilitate the transfer of titles. All our real estate lawyers are equipped with excellent negotiation and analytical skills; they are organized, professional, and well-informed. They ensure that real estate transactions are legal, binding, and in the best interest of the client that they represent.
A selection of the services our associates provide are:
  • Monitor legal risk in the documentation and advise clients appropriately
  • Interpret laws, rulings, and regulations for real estate transactions
  • Draft and negotiate real estate transactions
  • Draft routine leases and amendments
  • Ensure appropriate approvals are in place
  • Manage regulatory and compliance-related services
  • Represent the clients in purchases and sales of properties
  • Defend municipal code litigation
  • Support legal and advisory needs of large real estate portfolios
We also can prepare the following documents:
  • Rental and leasing agreements
  • Commercial lease agreements
  • Letter of intent
  • Offer to lease
  • Hold-harmless (indemnity) agreement
  • Roommate agreement
  • Lease notices
  • Landlord notice of lease violation
  • Notice of termination
  • Notice to pay rent or quit
  • Notice of rent increase
  • Eviction notice
  • Notice to enter
  • Notice of intent to vacate premises
  • Notice to repair
  • Termination by the tenant
  • Real estate transactions and transfers
  • Real estate purchase agreement
  • Subleasing forms
  • Landlord’s consent to sublease
  • Commercial sublease agreement
  • Residential sublease agreement
  • Lease amendment and assignment
  • Landlord’s consent to lease assignment
  • Lease assignment agreement
  • Lease amendment
  • Personal property rental agreement

“How much do you charge for residential property title transfer?”

We charge $1200 in legal fees plus any applicable disbursements and taxes. Disbursements depends on whether you are buying or selling a strata property or not, or whether you have a mortgage or not.

Contact Lucas Pearce today!

FAQ

How much does a real estate lawyer cost in BC?

A real estate lawyer in BC will charge between $1100 – $1600 + taxes & disbursements on average for a real estate conveyance. Pax Law does real estate conveyance files for $1200 + taxes & disbursements.

How much are real estate lawyers in Vancouver?

A real estate lawyer in Vancouver will charge between $1100 – $1600 + taxes & disbursements on average for a real estate conveyance. Pax Law does real estate conveyance files for $1200 + taxes & disbursements.

How much does a real estate lawyer Cost Canada?

A real estate lawyer in Canada will charge between $1100 – $1600 + taxes & disbursements on average for a real estate conveyance. Pax Law does real estate conveyance files for $1200 + taxes & disbursements.

What do real estate lawyers do in BC?

In BC, you need a lawyer or a notary to represent you during a real estate purchase or sale. The role of the lawyer or notary in this process is to transfer the title of the property from the seller to the buyer. The lawyers will also ensure that the buyer pays the seller the purchase price on time and that the property title is transferred without any issues to the buyer.

What do real estate lawyers do?

In BC, you need a lawyer or a notary to represent you during a real estate purchase or sale. The role of the lawyer or notary in this process is to transfer the title of the property from the seller to the buyer. The lawyers will also ensure that the buyer pays the seller the purchase price on time and that the property title is transferred without any issues to the buyer.

How much does a notary cost in BC for real estate?

A notary in Vancouver is going to charge between $1100 – $1600 + taxes & disbursements on average for a real estate conveyance. Pax Law does real estate conveyance files for $1200 + taxes & disbursements.

Do you need a lawyer to sell a house in BC?

In BC, you need a lawyer or a notary to represent you during a real estate purchase or sale. The role of the lawyer or notary in this process is to transfer the title of the property from the seller to the buyer. The lawyers will also ensure that the buyer pays the seller the purchase price on time and that the property title is transferred without any issues to the buyer.

What are the closing costs when buying a house in Canada?

Closing costs are the costs to transfer the title of the property from the seller to the buyer (including legal fees, property transfer tax, myLTSA fees, fees paid to strata corporations, fees paid to municipalities, and so on). Closing costs include the real estate agent’s commissions, mortgage broker’s commissions, and any other financing costs the buyer may have to pay. However, each real estate conveyance is unique. Your lawyer or notary will only be able to tell you the final cost of your closing once they have all the documents related to your transaction.

How much does conveyancing cost in BC?

A real estate lawyer in BC will charge between $1100 – $1600 + taxes & disbursements on average for a real estate conveyance. Pax Law does real estate conveyance files for $1200 + taxes & disbursements.

Do I need a lawyer to make an offer on a house?

No, you do not need a lawyer to offer a house. However, you will need a lawyer or a notary to help you transfer the title of the property from the seller to yourself.

Do you need a lawyer to sell a house in Canada?

Yes, you need a lawyer to transfer the title of your house to a buyer. The buyer will also need their own lawyer to represent them in a transaction.

Can a lawyer act as a real estate agent in BC?

Lawyers will not act as real estate agents in BC. A real estate agent is a salesperson responsible for marketing a property or finding you a property you want to purchase. Lawyers are responsible for the legal process of transferring the title from the seller to the buyer.