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Monday, August 14, 2017

2017 Best Legal Blog Contest - nominate your favourite legal blog (and yes, I hope it's mine)

If you like reading this blog, why not nominate it for the 2017 Best Legal Blog Contest? Apparently the contest works so that the more nominations a blog gets, the more likely it will be included in the short list for public voting. Click here to see more and to nominate. Pretty sure this one would be in the "niche" category. I only saw one Canadian blog in the winners' list from last year; all the rest were American. Let's show them how great Canadian law blogs can be!

6 comments:

  1. I sent in a Nomination for your Blog. Good Luck!

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    1. Thanks! Yours is the only one I know of, so I greatly appreciate it :)

      Lynne

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  2. Nomination sent in. Good Luck, Lynn!

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  3. Hello Lynne,

    I have a two fold question:

    I am buying a second property (right now I live in Guelph) the 2nd property is in Mississauga (where I also work), the condo will be bought as a second residence (as I stay there during the week), is that the best way to buy it?

    The real reason on buying the property is so my daughter can build equity, she will be the one paying the mortgage and we are hoping that in couple of years, she will have enough credit history (from her work) to support a mortgage on this condo all by herself (right now the condo is on my name only). if, whenever she is ready, should I (question 2):

    1) Give it to her as a gift or donation 2) Sell the condo to a third party
    3) Sell it to her and then have her sell the condo (so she can refund me the down payment and she takes whatever equity?)

    I would be very grateful if you could please comment on the best way manage this situation,

    Thank you!!

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    1. Claudia:
      1) If the condo is registered in your name, I doubt the payments your daughter is making are helping to build her credit record.
      2) It seems the questions you are asking are more financial in nature, not so much legal. You are probably best to discuss those matters with a qualified financial adviser.

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