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We are Cactus Law

Welcome to Cactus Law. Founded on principles of reliability, integrity and fairness, we aim to cultivate long-term relationships that go beyond a case or transaction. At Cactus Law, we are invested in the business of people; we invest our time in our clients so you have the necessary information to make informed decisions.

Your Trustee in Legal Matters
Mobina Basiri

Why hire Cactus Law?

Amazing People

Surround yourself with experts who are passionate about their work


In depth knowledge of broad legal areas allows us to better protect your interests

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A foundation built on open communication, continuous legal education, and transparency

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The law is not a one size fits all. We provide tailored legal services to meet your needs

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An assignment sale is a type of real estate transaction that occurs when a buyer of a pre- construction home or condo decides to sell their rights to purchase the property to another buyer before the construction of the building is complete. This type of sale transfers the purchase agreement

A Certificate of Pending Litigation (CPL for short) is an encumbrance on title often registered by an party with an interest to warn the public that the property is subject to litigation.  Registering a CPL should have the effect of preventing all dealings with the property (sale, mortgage, financing, etc.)

What is the Vacant Home Tax? Effective at the begging of 2023 the City of Toronto’s Vacant Home Tax requires homeowners to declare whether or not their property is vacant by February 2, 2023. This tax aims to help boost the housing market by encouraging owners to sell or lease

On January 1, 2023, the Prohibition on the Purchase of Residential Property by Non-Canadians Act (the “Act”) will go into effect for a period of two years. The Act prohibits “non-Canadian” persons, foreign businesses, and other parties regarded to be “non-Canadian” from directly or indirectly purchasing residential real estate. Contractual

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