Real Estate Law

Real Estate Law

Real Estate Law

The real estate practice of Grayson & Company encompasses all aspects of residential and commercial real estate including acquisitions and dispositions, real estate financing, foreclosure, leasing, construction, and other land-related contracts.

Additionally, the firm practices in all phases of planning an developing real estate from initial annexation to subdivision, land use ( zoning ), and development.

Grayson & Company also represents clients at various tribunals having jurisdictions over the planning and development of real estate including municipal councils, municipal planning commissions and subdivision-approving authorities.  The firm is also involved in other areas of real estate including expropriations, municipal tax assessment work and general Land Titles matters.

Given Grayson & Company’s diversified practice, our profile ranges from national corporations to local business, from real estate developers to individual purchasers of single-family dwellings.  It includes banks, insurance companies, and other financial institutions.

Grayson & Company proudly offers the following Real Estate services to its clients:


  • Creation of Condominiums
  • Development and Sale of New units
  • Purchase and Sale of Existing Units and Developments


  • Offer to Purchase
  • Purchase and Sale Agreements
  • Options, Rights of First Refusal
  • Residential, Commercial, Industrial, and Rural Properties


  • Mortgage and Debenture
  • Realization


  • Negotiation and Drafting of Lease Documentation
  • Residential Leases
  • Commercial Leases
  • Shopping Centres
  • Office Space
  • Warehouse, Industrial, Agricultural
  • Lease Enforcement, including Distraint, Termination and Other Remedies

Miscellaneous and General Land Work:

  • Construction Contracts
  • Expropriation
  • Municipal Assessment and Taxation
  • Private Land-Use Control, including Preparation of and Registration of Restrictive Covenants

Planning and Titles:

  • Appearances before various Administrative Tribunals, Municipal Councils, Municipal Planning Commisions, and Subdivision Approving Authorities
  • Land-Use
  • Subdivision