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Introducing our law firm

Founded in 2005,
Sheldon Benjamin Specializes in
Real Estate Law and Entertainment Law

Introducing Our
Law Firm

Whether you are a first-time home buyer or an avid investor, Sheldon Benjamin will assist you from the drafting of your offer, right up to and including your closing date. The knowledge Sheldon has acquired over the years will help you through the entire process of what could very well be the biggest investment of your life! An incomplete or poorly drafted Real Estate agreement can have serious financial consequences. Our office will be sure your agreement is done properly, have it drafted by your Real Estate agent or, in the case of a private sale, by a lawyer. We can also be of assistance if you are re-financing your home or transferring title to a family member as part of your estate plan. Call our Real Estate department today to get started.

If you’re thinking of buying a house or condo in Ontario, you’ll need a real estate lawyer to help represent you. Overall, A lawyer’s job is to protect your rights by making sure that all the terms of your agreement of purchase and sale are complied with and that you receive a clear title to the property. When it comes to specifics, Sheldon will help with the many facets of buying and selling real estate such as assisting in transactions, closing processes and even dealing with title insurance.

Before your first meeting with a real estate agent or broker, it is important to know the rights you have when it comes to buying a house. Below are some great insights into real estate laws in Ontario.

Our Pricing Structure



$1500 plus Law society transaction levy surcharge and applicable taxes..



$1500 plus Title insurance, government registration fee, land transfer tax and applicable taxes.



$1400 plus Title insurance, government registration fee and applicable taxes.


Title Transfer

$900 plus Title insurance, government registration fee, land transfer tax and applicable taxes.

“I would give a thousand furlongs of sea for an acre of barren ground.”


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