Jason Bryk

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  Real Estate Law

Information and insight into the Winnipeg and Manitoba real estate sector, and real estate law in Canada

  The Brown Papers

The Manitoba real estate papers of the late Edward (Ned) Brown from 2000 - 2020

  Lenders & Borrowers

Current developments in finance in Manitoba

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Written by Jason Bryk a Winnipeg lawyer at Pitblado Law practicing in the areas of Corporate/Commercial Law with an emphasis on real estate law, condominium law, secured lending and borrowing, and real estate development, www.manitobarealestatelawyer.com provides insight, information and commentary on real estate, finance and condominium issues in Manitoba. To read more about Jason click here.

Latest News from Our Blog

Homestead Act Evidence and Caveats

February 2016


When a couple makes their home on realty where one only of the pair holds title/registered ownership (the "on-title spouse"), The Homesteads Act (Manitoba) (the "MHA") gives certain rights to the other spouse who is not on title (the "off-title spouse").  Where both spouses are on title, each of them has homestead rights in the realty.  The rights with which this paper is concerned...

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Granting Security to a Creditor to Ensure Performance of an Obligation for which the Security Grantor has no Responsibility

July 2010


You are a financial institution and you have decided to advance credit to someone (the "Borrower").  In addition to the Borrower's undertaking to pay you back (with interest), and, in addition to whatever real and/or personal property security the Borrower gives you to secure performance of its obligations, you also require the Borrower to get someone else (the "Third Party") to mort...

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Getting Ownership of Land Back - When a Purchaser Fails to Act/Do as Promised

January 2009


You own a parcel of land (the "Property") and have decided to sell it to someone (the "Purchaser") on the understanding that the Purchaser uses the Property for a specified purpose and develops the Property with particular/particular types of improvements.  A more or less common example of this situation is where the current owner (you) subdivides a Property into a number of building...

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