Tag: Developers

When Homes Buyers enter a show suite for the first time, it can look very impressive and they are often shown marketing materials which can include the layout of some of the units and the amenities which will be present once the development is built Often a contract is signed and a deposit is made before Buyers have ha...

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The filing of a subdivision plan in the Land Title Office cannot occur without the approval of an Approving Officer appointed by the local municipal authority (s88 Land Title Act) It is common practice for most municipalities to issue a Preliminary Layout Review letter (PLR Letter) which sets out what the approving of...

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By Peter Borszcz / Land Titles / Building Schemes, Developers

Statutory Building Schemes (under s220 of the Land Title Act) are charges on title that contain terms which limit what a home owner can do with his property and are placed upon the property by a developer at the time of subdivision Developers use a Statutory Building Scheme to ensure that the neighborhood has a cert...

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