Moose Jaw Saskatchewan Real Estate Lawyers

Moose Jaw Saskatchewan Real Estate Lawyers - Our Real Estate Team is a recognized leader within the sale, purchase and development of real property, leasing transactions and real estate financing. We represent and advise clients in the development, construction and management of commercial and residential condominiums, residential rental projects, office buildings, hotels, shopping centres and retirement homes. Our clients comprise developers of commercial, residential, industrial and institutional real estate, international and domestic real property investors as well as providers of financing, property management and construction services.

We know the policy, political and institutional issues involved within implementing and structuring transactions comprising public-private partnerships (P3) for infrastructure. We have represented both public entities and private developers in such transactions.

We assist clients with financing, procurement and infrastructure planning. Our multi-disciplinary method allows our real estate lawyers to draw on the resources of other experts within our firm. We offer our clients the wide range of advice needed to be successful in real estate joint ventures and syndications, reorganizations, financings, environmental assessments and financial workouts.

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Located on the Moose Jaw River within south-central Saskatchewan is the city of Moose Jaw. The people of the city fondly refer to themselves as Moose Javians. To the east of the city, approximately 77 kilometers away, is Regina, the capital of Saskatchewan. Regina is easily accessible by the Trans-Canada Highway, which conveniently runs right through Moose Jaw. The municipality of Moose Jaw is well known as being tourist and retirement friendly.

During the year 1857, the municipality was initially named "Moose Jaw Bone Creek" by John Palliser. There are some theories as to how the name was decided. The first theory is that, when looking at a map, the shape of the Moose Jaw River resembles the jaw of a moose...