Dec. 19, 2019 - The Québec National Assembly has adopted Bill 16 (Act1), which amends various provisions of the Civil Code of Québec relating to divided co-ownership and adopts measures to protect deposits paid by buyers of a unit. This Act, which was assented to on December 11, 2019, will come into force...
Joel Scoler Recognized by Who’s Who Legal: Thought Leaders – Global Elite 2019
Davies partner Joel Scoler has been recognized as one of world’s foremost practitioners in Banking in Who’s Who Legal: Thought Leaders – Global Elite 2019.
Well known as an outstanding lawyer in both the national and the international banking sectors, Joel is regularly sought out by high-profile clients to advise on the full spectrum of financing transactions, including public and private acquisitions, asset-based lending, subordinate debt and first- and second-lien financings.
Who’s Who Legal: Thought Leaders – Global Elite 2019 identifies the most highly regarded practitioners worldwide who stand out not only for their vast expertise and experience advising on cutting-edge legal matters, but also for their ability to go above and beyond to deliver for their clients.
Dec. 17, 2019 - The City of Montréal has adopted a bylaw that will increase the transfer duties payable in Montréal for transactions exceeding $2 million, starting on January 1, 2020. The City is adding a new bracket for the basis of imposition for transfers of immovables exceeding $2 million and has set the...