Pierre Galardo

Lawyer, Partner - Montréal

Québec Bar 1974


T +1 514 282 7819

Pierre Galardo practices property and local (municipal assessment) tax law as well as municipal, real estate, health and corporate law.

In local taxation matters, he represents local, national, and international taxpayers before tribunals and courts in contesting municipal property tax assessments for various property categories, including metallurgical and chemical industry plants, car assembly plants, major shopping mall tenants, some of Canada’s biggest retailers and a professional sports arena in Montréal.

In the municipal law field, Pierre Galardo has written numerous opinions for taxpayers regarding municipal taxation, zoning and bylaws.

In the real estate law area, he is active in real estate and commercial lease transactions.

Pierre also advises real estate management companies, and businesses in the construction industry, on matters of corporate law.

He is a founding member and trustee of the International Property Tax Institute. He has given numerous presentations and seminars on local taxation and property assessment and has published several articles in this field, both in Canada and the US and abroad. He has also served as a sessional lecturer in local taxation in the Master’s in Taxation program at HEC Montréal.