March 2023

In November and December 2022, the real estate litigators at Walker Law argued a seven-day trial to sort out who of two parties was the true owner of a residential property. On February 24, 2023, the Judge issued his decision in favour of Walker Law’s client. The Judge warned that the case was a “cautionary...
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What is a letter of intent? A letter of intent is a written agreement between two parties that outlines the terms and main aspects of the business arrangement.  Unlike a contractual agreement in which parties intend to be bound to the terms of the agreement, a letter of intent is meant to be a draft...
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