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In this installment, Deborah Watkins "spills the tea" on rights to extend or renew a lease.
This publication is a general discussion of certain legal and related developments and should not be re...
Maneet is an associate in the commercial real estate department. Her practice focuses on all aspects of commercial real estate law, including acquisitions, dispositions, financing and development of land.
Before joining Daoust Vukovich, Maneet practiced at a full-service law firm where she gained experience in commercial real estate, corporate law and condominium development.
Maneet is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School and was admitted to the Bar of Ontario in 2018. During her time at Osgoode, Maneet served as a Division Leader with the Community & Legal Aid Services Program (CLASP). Prior to attending law school, Maneet obtained her Honours Bachelor of Arts from York University.
In this installment, Maneet Sadhra "spills the tea" on non-disturbance agreements.
The rule against perpetuities (the “Rule”) is complex and frequently misunderstood, and a dreaded topic on a law school exam. The Rule was recently considered by the Ontario Court of Appeal (the “ONCA”) in Ottawa (City) v. ClubLink Corporation ULC, 2021 ONCA 847.
At Osgoode Hall Law School, Maneet was awarded the following:
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