Jason Bryk

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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

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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

A Couple of PPSA Scenarios

OCTOBER 2013


The following-described scenarios may, at first glance, seem to be questions which might be raised at a Law School to test the analytical capacity of law students.  In fact, they represent "real life" scenarios that the writer has recently encountered.

  1. May one hold a security interest in a debtor's collateral without the debtor owning any obligations (of any type) to the security holder...
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Copyright in Documents Recorded/Registered in Land Titles Offices

February 2020


When you obtain a document from a Manitoba Land Titles Office/Manitoba Registry Office (a "Document"), you pay a fee.  Such payment is long accepted by lawyers and by others who, for their own purposes, choose to obtain Documents directly from a Land Titles Office.  The quid pro quo for such charge is in part related to the costs incurred in operating the land titles system,...

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Conveyance of Ownership or Ownership Like Rights in Houses Without Conveying the Underlying Land

May 2014 



Mr. and Mrs. Jones have farmed a Section of land for virtually all of their adult lives, but they are now thinking of retiring and would like to turn over the farm operation to their two sons who wish to carry on as agricultural producers.  The Jones family home is situated on a portion of one of the quarters of the Section, and the Jones (mother and father) wish to continue to occupy...

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