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It is common practice in lease negotiations for the parties to begin by informally negotiating the major lease terms. When the parties reach consensus on these major terms, they execute an offer to lease.  Such offer may be binding or non-binding.  A binding offer to lease is a contract itself and is enforceable.  Both parties should carefully consider whether they want the ...

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Does the conduct of your neighbour adversely affect the use and enjoyment of your property?  Is your neighbour immune to reasonable requests to moderate his behaviour to lessen that impact?  Are the local authorities unwilling to assist you in resolving the problems?  This can be very frustrating and detrimental to the welfare of you and your family.  If the matter is of little ...

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