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

Latent Defects in Residential Real Estate: Logical or Reckless Explansion

October 2011


You are interested in buying a home and you find one in what appears to be a very attractive district of older (but well kept up) homes in a heavily treed neighbourhood. The particular property you are interested in has all the amenities that you and your young family (three growing children) could ever want. The price and terms are acceptable to you, and you make an offer which is quickly...

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Land Fraud and the Innocent Bona Fide Purchaser or Mortgagee for Value

October 2019


You are in the business of making real property mortgage secured loans, and you are approached by a person requesting a loan to be secured by a mortgage of such person's title to particular land.  You make what are currently considered to be prudent "credit checking" investigations with respect to the contemplated loan - in particular, you order, obtain and review a search of the proposed...

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Extra Efforts Required When Perfecting a Security Interest in Serial Numbered Goods

December 2003


A recent (April, 2003) New Brunswick Court of Appeal decision (the "Stevenson Case") makes it clear that when a secured party is taking a security interest in serial numbered goods, in order to ensure priority over other competing claims, the secured party must ensure accuracy in its financing statement both with respect to the name of the debtor and with respect to the serial number or...

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