Experienced Commercial Property Development Lawyers

Commercial real estate developers must observe many rules and regulations throughout the development process. Navigating through the maze of legal obligations requires an understanding of complex legal requirements and legislation. Failing to observe legal requirements could result in avoidable project delay, and costs in litigation.

The lawyers at Kelowna-based Porter Ramsay LLP have extensive experience with commercial real estate law. Our lawyers have spent over five decades assisting real estate developers with a range of commercial projects. We have the practical knowledge to protect your legal interests and complete documentation in a time-sensitive manner.

High-Quality, Comprehensive Services

Whether you are redeveloping land for a subdivision, a commercial development or a condominium project, our lawyers offer sound advice to serve developers' needs. We keep abreast of evolving rules and regulations for zoning and development. We scrutinize the legal details of your project to ensure that nothing critical is missing and that everything is in order. We aim to keep your project on track at all times.

Guiding Developers Toward Successful Project Completion

Development projects involve complex contractual arrangements and statutory obligations. These requirements are time-sensitive and depend upon experienced legal assistance with sensitive information and documentation.

Our lawyers have the skills to guide clients toward successful completion of their projects. We have deep knowledge of municipal bylaws, rules and guidelines. We carefully prepare disclosure statements and documents to be filed with the Superintendent of Real Estate and the Land Titles Office. We have the experience to ensure that complications are kept to a minimum for efficient and timely completion of your project.

Schedule An Appointment With Our Lawyers

Call us for a consultation on your next real estate development project. Contact us at 778-738-0412 or fill out our online form.