Adina Georgescu

Partner | Montréal

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Portrait of Adina Georgescu

Adina Georgescu practises in the areas of administrative, municipal, urban planning, environmental and energy law in Miller Thomson’s Montréal office.

In the area of administrative law, Adina has experience in public and constitutional law, the drafting of bills and regulations, lobbying law, and access to information.

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Adina Georgescu appointed President of the Quebec Chapter of the Canadian Property Tax Association

Adina Georgescu has been appointed President of the Quebec Chapter of the Canadian Property Tax Association (CPTA) for a second consecutive year. Adina joined the administrative, the municipal, environmental and commercial litigation practice groups of Miller Thomson’s Montréal office in 2008. Her practice also...

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Adina Georgescu is a moderator at the Montréal Real Estate Strategy & Leasing Conference

Adina Georgescu acts as a moderator at the afternoon session intitled “How Will The Announced Transportation Projects Such As The REM And Metro Line Extension Impact Real Estate?” Transportation projects can have various impacts on a community’s economic development objectives,...

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Adina Georgescu and Fadi Amine speak at the CPTA Valuation & Legal Symposium

Adina Georgescu and Fadi Amine speak at the CPTA Valuation & Legal Symposium on topic of Cross Canada Legal Panel : Decisions From Across Canada (Alberta, British Columbia). For more information, see here. To read the case summary report prepared...

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Ce que les OBNL doivent savoir sur les taxes foncières et les exemptions

Le groupe Impact social de Miller Thomson vous invite à son deuxième déjeuner-conférence d’une série de quatre. Date : Jeudi 4 mai 2017 Horaire : 8 h à 9 h Réservation obligatoire par courriel : etardif@millerthomson.com L’appellation « Organisme à but non lucratif » (« OBNL ») n’est pas...

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Destruction of Property by Fire: Impact on the Property Assessment Roll in Quebec

Canadian Property Tax Association

All property in Quebec must be registered on the municipal property assessment roll, which identifies, among other things, each property’s value.[1] Quebec property assessment rolls are triennial. Section 174 of the Act Respecting Municipal Taxation (the “ARMT”) lists various circumstances...

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Reminder Notice to Real Estate Owners and Tenants in Quebec – 2018-2020 Property Assessment Appeals

Deadline : April 30, 2018 The value of your Quebec property is assessed every three years by the relevant assessing authority (“Authority”), depending on the assessment cycle your municipality is part of. This triennial assessment will determine the property taxes...

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The Réseau Électrique Métropolitain: Theory and Practice

On September 27, 2017 the National Assembly adopted the Act respecting the Réseau électrique métropolitain, SQ 2017, c. 17 (the “REM Act”). The purpose of the Act is to facilitate the carrying out of a shared transportation infrastructure project with...

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Case Law Review: Municipal Tax – Quebec

Canadian Property Tax Association, 2018 Ontario Chapter Valuation and Legal Symposium

9185-6617 Québec Inc c. Cour du Québec, 2017 QCCS 1648 Following the discovery of a latent defect, namely pyrite, in its commercial building located in the City of Longueuil, the Appellant, 9185-6617 Quebec inc. (“9185”) sought a reduction of the...

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Expert evidence – Independence and Impartiality: A Quebec perspective

Canadian Property Tax Association Inc

The expert’s duty of impartiality and independence is well established in Quebec. In fact, the independence and impartiality of an expert are cornerstones in the assessment by the Court of the probative value of expert evidence: “It is clearly established...

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Traffic Nuisance: Certification for Class Action Dismissed by Superior Court of Quebec

On June 25, 2015, the Superior Court of Quebec, in a 92 page judgment, dismissed a motion to certify a class action brought against the City of Brossard and the City of Longueuil in Quebec based on allegations of nuisance...

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Exploration minière et aires protégées

Colloque « Québec Exploration 2009 »

Colloque « Québec Exploration 2009 »

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