About Arcus Legal

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Arcus Legal has created 40 blog entries.

Selling Your Home – Part 3 – Leading up to Closing

If you have agreed to make any repairs resulting from the Buyer’s home inspection, make sure you leave yourself plenty of time to complete them before closing. Be careful to note whether the Agreement specifies if the repairs must be done by a professional and whether receipts are required. Make sure you have arranged movers, planned for cleaning and that all items remaining with the property are in good repair as set out in your Agreement. A week before closing is a good time to re-read your Agreement!

There are other standard items to complete, such as filling up the oil […]

2021-03-15T14:26:47-03:00February 11th, 2021|Real Estate|

Selling Your Home – Part 2 – Buyer Review

Once you have accepted an offer from a Buyer, have your realtor forward the Agreement of Purchase and Sale to your lawyer, and they will begin preparing your sale documents.

The Buyer will have a certain amount of time to arrange satisfactory financing, a home inspection and in certain cases a water and septic test, if there is a well and septic on the property. The condition of the lawyer review of the Agreement will also take place in this time period. Your realtor will update you with any issues raised by the Buyer during condition period. Once the condition date […]

2021-03-15T14:43:28-03:00February 9th, 2021|Real Estate|

Selling Your Home – Part 1 – Contact your Lawyer Early

Once you have decided to list your property for sale, contact your lawyer to let them know. If you owned your property prior to 2004 your property may need to be migrated into the land registration system before the sale. This is an added expense of selling but is required by legislation in Nova Scotia. The earlier your lawyer can get the migration process started, the smoother your sale transaction will go.

View this post on: Facebook | LinkedIn

2021-03-16T09:11:08-03:00February 4th, 2021|Real Estate|

Bell Let’s Talk Day

It has been a challenging year of change and isolation. Now, more than ever, it is important to check in on the mental health of your friends and loved ones. Start a conversation and end the stigma surrounding mental health. It is time to make your wellness a priority!

Take action and join the world’s biggest #MentalHealth conversation. Each time you watch the official #BellLetsTalk video and for every applicable text, call, or tweet using #BellLetsTalk, Bell will donate 5¢ toward Canadian mental health initiatives. Check out their website to learn more on how you can make a difference https://letstalk.bell.ca/en/.

View […]

2021-03-17T09:01:52-03:00January 28th, 2021|Community|

SPCA Bake Sales for Wagging Tails

The Nova Scotia SPCA is looking for supporters to contribute to their annual bake sales for wagging tails!

The SPCA shelters do not receive any government funding and with the difficulty of COVID-19, the SPCA is struggling now more than ever.

Anyone can participate and pick a fundraiser of their choosing. Similar to a GoFundMe page, you can share your fundraising page and ask your supporters to donate to a cause you care about.

This year, the top fundraiser/fundraising team will be crowned with naming the next litter of adorable SPCA kittens! If you’re able to do so, donate with our team online […]

2021-03-16T14:41:21-03:00January 22nd, 2021|Community|

Human Organ and Tissue Donation Act

As of January 18, 2021, the Human Organ and Tissue Donation Act comes into effect. Most Nova Scotians will be deemed to consent to donate their organs and tissues on death unless they opt out. The deemed consent only applies to a deceased person’s donation for the purpose of transplantation.

Nova Scotians may select which organs and tissues they wish to donate, giving them the opportunity to give limited consent. Decisions respecting donation after death will be recorded in a registry.

The deemed consent does not apply to some people, such as: children under 19 years of age, those not ordinarily resident […]

2021-03-16T14:41:17-03:00January 18th, 2021|Community|

Feed Nova Scotia Food Drive Collection

Happy Holidays!

For the last few weeks, all of us at Arcus Legal have been collecting non-perishable food donations for Feed Nova Scotia. Year-round, they accept and distribute donations to 140 food banks, shelters, soup kitchens, and meal programs across the province.

With the help of our incredible staff and clients, we are pleased to announce that we have collected over 15 boxes of non-perishable donations this holiday season. We have surpassed our goal of 150 items and are thrilled with this outcome. We would like to thank everyone who participated. We could not have been this successful without you. Follow @feednovascotia […]

2021-03-16T14:41:13-03:00December 25th, 2020|Community|

Netta’s Daycare – Feed Nova Scotia Food Drive

All of us at Arcus Legal are continuing to collect non-perishable donations for Feed Nova Scotia. During COVID especially, many people have struggled to provide for their families. We believe it is our social responsibility to give back to our community.

We could not be more thrilled with the enthusiasm and participation of our staff and clients so far. We would like to thank Netta’s Daycare for contributing over 10 boxes of food!

Are you thinking of being a part of our food drive? The last day to bring in donations will be Monday, December 21st. When everyone pitches in, we go […]

2021-03-16T14:23:07-03:00December 17th, 2020|Community|

Feed Nova Scotia Food Drive

This year especially has been tough for many families, so for this holiday season, our incredible team have been discussing ways to give back to our community. Starting today, we will have a donation bin set up in our reception area where non-perishable donations will be collected. We welcome donations from all who wish to participate. All items will be wiped down and sanitized upon entering our firm to keep us all safe.

All of us at Arcus Legal hope to collect 150 non-perishable food donations. The donations will then be delivered to Feed Nova Scotia, for their distribution to 140 […]

2021-03-16T13:43:08-03:00December 1st, 2020|Community|
Go to Top