Our Practice Areas
The lawyers and staff at Clifton Kok LLP provide experienced, practical and detailed legal assistance in relation to all real property transactions, including acquisitions (purchases), dispositions (sales) and financing, as well as in all matters relating to land use and development. We also possess extensive experience in regard to condominiums of all types (Standard, Phased, Common Elements, Vacant Land and Leasehold), working with developers from project conception and approval through to registration, unit sales and turnover, and providing guidance and support to condominium corporation directors, managers and unit owners in respect of all legal issues arising under the Condominium Act, 1998, including amalgations, the drafting, interpretation and enforcement of governing documents, and the processing and enforcement of condominium liens.
Clifton Kok LLP provides comprehensive corporate and commercial legal services for businesses of all types and sizes, meeting their diverse needs including business creation, restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and shareholders' rights, agreements, complex transactions and other matters. We also assist not-for-profit corporations with incorporation and governance matters and have experience incorporating charitable corporations.
Clifton Kok LLP provides practical and effective legal services in relation to a broad range of Estates Law areas. This includes the preparation of wills, codicils and powers of attorney, as well as assisting with related and various estate planning and administration issues.
The legal team at Clifton Kok LLP provide a comprehensive assistance in a restricted range of legal proceedings and litigation. Depending on the case, a licensed paralegal or lawyer will assist in all matters before the Small Claims Court of Ontario, with Provincial Offense Act matters before the Ontario Court of Justice, and in a variety of administrative tribunal hearings, including the Landlord and Tenant Board and the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT). Major claims and other matters may be referred to counsel with more general or specialized litigation practices. Contact our lead licensed paralegal, Holly Bangay, for further information. Firm co-founder, Michael Clifton, can also serve as a mediator or arbitrator in disputes relating to condominium law that are currently outside of the jurisdiction of the CAT.