Paralegal - Montréal
Chantal has significant expertise in the area of public and private real estate law, including title searches, drafting title opinions and various deeds, reviewing and analyzing offers to lease and leases, offers to purchase and financing offers, and coordinating mandates given to land surveyors and title insurers. She also has experience with wind-energy projects in Quebec, including financing and land acquisition, and with transactional law and municipal law. She conducts searches in public registries, including the mining register and the register of personal and movable real rights. She follows up with public authorities on matters such as protected agricultural territory, land surveys, taxation, property evaluation and municipal zoning bylaws.
College Diploma in Paralegal Technology, Rimouski College, 1983
Areas of Practice
Retrospective 2018 | 10 Successes for Langlois’ Transactional Group
In 2018 Langlois was the law firm of choice of several major organizations for their mergers & acquisitions-related transactions. The transactional group at Langlois assisted important groups of businesses as well as foreign multinationals with several major projects, including strategic acquisitions, financings and equity investments. It was an interesting and active year rich in challenges for Langlois’ transactional group!
Retrospective of Langlois’ 10 Most Representative Mergers & Acquisitions Mandates of 2017
The expertise of Langlois lawyers in the areas of technology, transportation, intellectual property, labour law, Northern development, environmental law and real estate law was called upon in several major and impactful mergers and acquisitions files that the firm handled in 2017.
Langlois Represents a Major Cannabis Enterprise
Since 2017, Langlois lawyers has been representing a company in connection with the acquisition of a property located in Montreal West, province of Québec, for the cultivation of organic medical marijuana and the development of production facilities.
Member of the urban planning consultative committee of the Town of Sainte-Julie, May 1998 – May 2005
Studies and recommendations to town council on all applications involving the urban plan, including subdivision, construction, architectural implementation and integration plans, minor variances and changes to zoning bylaws.