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Bob Aaron

Toronto Real Estate Lawyer

Aaron & Aaron

HQ Phone:  (416) 364-9366

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Email: b***@***.ca

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Aaron & Aaron

10 King Street East Suite 1400

Toronto, Ontario, M5C 1C3

Canada

Company Description

Aaron & Aaron, Bob Aaron is a Toronto area Lawyer specializing in Residential and Commercial Real Estate Law, Landlord Tenant, Commercial Law, Wills and Estates and Corporate and Business Law. ...more

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Employment History

"PROPERTY LAW" Columnist, New In Homes Section. Star Columnist Since October 1968.

Toronto Star


Columnist

Canadian Coin


President

MDSA


Affiliations

Multiple Dwelling Standards Association

Board Member and Chair


Canadian Association of Numismatic Dealers

Board Member


The Law Society of Upper Canada

Vice-Chair


Ontario Real Estate Lawyers Association

Founder


Tarion Warranty Corporation

Board Member 2009-2011


Education

Osgoode Hall Law School


B.A.


Web References(166 Total References)


Info and Link to Catholic Board : Southmississauga Realestate

Legal Columns by Bob Aaron
Skyscraper and Building Maps in Mississauga


Bob Aaron - Toronto Real Estate Lawyer - About Aaron & Aaron

Toronto Star Columns by Bob Aaron
Search the Toronto Star Columns Bob Aaron was called to the Ontario Bar in 1972 and is a sole practitioner in the areas of real estate, wills and estates, corporate and commercial law, and landlord/tenant law. Today it consists of Bob Aaron and a dedicated support staff. Bob served as an elected a Bencher of the Law Society of Upper Canada for 16 years and is now an ex-officio life Bencher. He has served on a number of Law Society Committees and also served as vice-chair of the Law Society Foundation and the Lawyers Fund for Client Compensation. In 1993 he founded the Ontario Real Estate Lawyers Association. Bob has presented papers to continuing education programs at the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Ontario Bar Association Institute, the Continuing Legal Education Society of Nova Scotia, the Toronto Police Service Fraud Squad, the Toronto Real Estate Board, the Association of Certified Forensic Investigators of Canada, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the Real Estate Institute of Canada, Waterloo Regional Police Fraud Conference, Thunder Bay Law Association, the National Forum on Smoke-free Multi-Unit Dwellings, and the Greater Toronto Home Builders Association. He is a frequent media guest on radio and television, and has appeared on several segments of CBC-TV Markeplace, and CBC Radio The Current. He often writes legal opinions on real estate issues for other lawyers to use in litigation matters, and has been qualified as an expert witness in Ontario Superior Court. In 2014, he received the first President's Award of the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors. He is also the author of Real Estate Powers of Attorney, a chapter in Powers of Attorney and Capacity: Practice and Procedure, by Jasmine Sweatman, (Canada Law Book 2014) . Since May, 2000, he has written more than 600 Title Page columns (now called Property Law) on Saturdays in the New in Homes section of the Toronto Star, and for more than 35 years wrote the Coins and Stamps columns in the Star. Bob has served as board member and chair of the Multiple Dwelling Standards Association, a landlord organization; the Non-Smokers' Rights Association, and the Smoking and Health Action Foundation. Bob was a government appointee to the board of the Tarion Warranty Corporation from 2009 to 2011, and chair of its Consumer Advisory Council from 2011 to 2014. ©2017 Bob Aaron - Toronto Real Estate Lawyer. Toronto ON. 416-364-9366. bob@aaron.ca.


Bob Aaron - Toronto Real Estate Lawyer - Real Estate

Toronto Star Columns by Bob Aaron
Search the Toronto Star Columns Bob Aaron was called to the Ontario Bar in 1972 and is a sole practitioner in the areas of real estate, wills and estates, corporate and commercial law, and landlord/tenant law. Today it consists of Bob Aaron and a dedicated support staff. Bob served as an elected a Bencher of the Law Society of Upper Canada for 16 years and is now an ex-officio life Bencher. He has served on a number of Law Society Committees and also served as vice-chair of the Law Society Foundation and the Lawyers Fund for Client Compensation. In 1993 he founded the Ontario Real Estate Lawyers Association. Bob has presented papers to continuing education programs at the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Ontario Bar Association Institute, the Continuing Legal Education Society of Nova Scotia, the Toronto Police Service Fraud Squad, the Toronto Real Estate Board, the Association of Certified Forensic Investigators of Canada, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the Real Estate Institute of Canada, Waterloo Regional Police Fraud Conference, Thunder Bay Law Association, the National Forum on Smoke-free Multi-Unit Dwellings, and the Greater Toronto Home Builders Association. He is a frequent media guest on radio and television, and has appeared on several segments of CBC-TV Markeplace, and CBC Radio The Current. He often writes legal opinions on real estate issues for other lawyers to use in litigation matters, and has been qualified as an expert witness in Ontario Superior Court. In 2014, he received the first President's Award of the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors. He is also the author of Real Estate Powers of Attorney, a chapter in Powers of Attorney and Capacity: Practice and Procedure, by Jasmine Sweatman, (Canada Law Book 2014) . Since May, 2000, he has written more than 600 Title Page columns (now called Property Law) on Saturdays in the New in Homes section of the Toronto Star, and for more than 35 years wrote the Coins and Stamps columns in the Star. Bob has served as board member and chair of the Multiple Dwelling Standards Association, a landlord organization; the Non-Smokers' Rights Association, and the Smoking and Health Action Foundation. Bob was a government appointee to the board of the Tarion Warranty Corporation from 2009 to 2011, and chair of its Consumer Advisory Council from 2011 to 2014. ©2017 Bob Aaron - Toronto Real Estate Lawyer. Toronto ON. 416-364-9366. bob@aaron.ca.


Bob Aaron - Toronto Real Estate Lawyer - Putting property in children's names is risky

Toronto Star Columns by Bob Aaron
Search the Toronto Star Columns Bob Aaron Bob Aaron bob@aaron.ca Three years after buying the property, the couple decided to put their son Robert on title jointly as to a one-third interest. Their intention was that Robert would eventually inherit the property and this would ensure that it bypassed probate and the accompanying expense. Probate fees in B.C. for estates of more than $50,000 approach 1.4 per cent of the value of the assets. Shortly after Robert became a part owner of the property, he began building a house on the site. Over the next five years, his parents advanced him more than $552,000 for construction costs, plus an additional $175,000, which was funded by a mortgage on the property. Robert was under the impression that his parents were giving him the house and that he would eventually inherit it. His parents, on the other hand, intended it as their own retirement home, and in fact moved into it in the spring of 2000. This came a huge surprise to Robert, who viewed it as his parents reneging on their agreement to buy him the house that he was building. At this point, the relationship between Robert and his parents deteriorated. In January 2006, the parents travelled to Ontario to visit their other son, and the day after they left, Robert and his wife, Tamsin, moved into the house. When his parents found out, they demanded the couple move, and eventually obtained a court order ordering Robert and Tamsin out and directing that the property be sold. Walter died in December 2007, and the hearing of Charlotte's lawsuit against Robert and Tamsin took place in July of this year. In ruling against Robert, the judge wrote, "Robert's notion that there was a gift of the entire property to him is simply, on the facts, and in law, incorrect ... A promise to the effect that 'all this will be yours someday' does not give rise to a legal right." McEwan ruled that Robert held his one-third interest in trust for his mother. The judge ordered that ownership of the house be transferred to Charlotte, that Robert and Tamsin had to vacate it, and that Charlotte was free to sell it. Bob Aaron is a Toronto real estate lawyer and frequent speaker to groups of home buyers and real estate agents. He can be reached by email at bob@aaron.ca, phone 416-364-9366 or fax 416-364-3818. Visit the Toronto Star column archives at http://aaron.ca/toronto-star-columns.cfm for articles on this and other topics. TO SEARCH FOR MORE ARTICLES ON THIS OR OTHER TOPICS USE THE SEARCH FEATURE AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE. ©2017 Bob Aaron - Toronto Real Estate Lawyer. Toronto ON. 416-364-9366. bob@aaron.ca.


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