Tag Archives: Sharon G. Druker

New requirement to disclose your prête-nom or nominee agreements to Revenu Québec

August 15, 2019 — Are you a party to a “prête-nom” or nominee agreement? These are commonly used in real estate transactions to register property in the name of a nominee corporation, which holds legal title only, with the beneficial ownership retained by the true owner(s). Nominee corporations are often used to collect rent and pay expenses, or to acquire family assets such as a residence.

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Once again, Sharon Druker co-authors an international manual on the creation of Canadian businesses

October 10, 2018 — Establishing a Business Entity: An International Guide, published by the International Lawyers Network [ILN], provides a concise description of the conditions and procedures for the creation of a business in 41 countries.

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Sharon Druker to head liaison committee with business lawyers

June 27, 2018 — Three years after having been appointed to the Bar of Montréal’s Liaison Committee with commercial law lawyers, Sharon G. Druker has been selected as its Chair.

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