Me Bruno Bourdelin practices law as a member of the firm’s commercial and civil litigation and co-ownership law team.
He provides legal advice on a daily basis and seeks to prevent potential litigation. To this end, Me Bourdelin makes use of his knowledge of contract and co-ownership law to write legal opinions, draft and review contracts, amend declarations of co-ownership, etc.
Being aNorth American Common-law graduate, Me Bourdelin represents clients from other Canadian provinces and the United States.
Me Bourdelin pleads before the courts and frequently represents his clients in matters related to: latent defects and construction defects, all types of recourses in co-ownership matters, including real estate disputes (neighborhood disturbances, servitudes, etc.), injunctions, arbitration under guarantee plan for new residential buildings.
Besides representing clients in litigation matters, Me Bourdelin presides general meetings of co-owners. He also regularly dispenses training courses on condominium and real estate law (McGill University, seminars on Real Estate Law for the legal publisher Yvon Blais), and writes articles intended for legal professionals for Édition Yvon Blais.
Me Bourdelin is also a Québec Bar certified mediator in civil and commercial matters.