Property Disputes

Co-ownership Agreements and the Partition Of Property Act

With real estate prices at all-time highs, particularly in the lower mainland, pooling financial resources is an increasingly popular way of buying a more valuable property than could be afforded individually. However, because real estate is usually the most valuable asset a person can buy and purchasing it with other people presents risks, especially when one of the co-owners wants to end that relationship.

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