Law Clerk - Real Estate

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Responsibilities:
  • Participate as part of a team of experienced real estate clerks working with condominium/subdivision developers
  • Condominium/subdivision project set-up using LawyerDoneDeal
  • Deposit administration including: daily deposits, investment of deposits, issuing Form 4’s, monthly reporting and attending to deposit advances
  • Assisting with the preparation and registration of security documentation and financing related to condominium projects including PPSA registrations and basic corporate documentation using standard precedents
  • Assisting with the preparation of, and attending to, occupancy closings and final closings and preparation of financial reports to clients
  • Arrange for post-closing banking on behalf of clients (as required)
  • Communication and/or reporting to purchasers, clients and the supervising lawyer
  • Communicate professionally with all internal and external clients
 
Qualifications or Skills Required:
  • Minimum 5 years previous commercial real estate experience
  • Solid understanding of The Condominium Act, and the role of Tarion and Deposit Sureties as related to condominiums
  • Expertise with Teraview and LawyerDoneDeal; project module preferred
  • Understanding of and ability to read title searches
  • Strong technical skills using MS Word and MS Excel 2013
  • Organized and meticulous with attention to detail
  • Strong aptitude for working with numbers
  • Ability to take the initiative, prioritize, multitask and problem solve
  • Ability to apply solid knowledge and experience to work product, ask questions as necessary and seek further guidance as needed
  • Client service oriented
  • Flexible team player
  • Flexible working schedule to ensure completion of all required tasks, as necessary
Applicants requiring accommodation to participate in the recruitment process may notify Human Resources accordingly

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