Marie-Claude David is a real estate and financing lawyer with previous experience at a top-tier Canadian law firm.
Prior to joining KRB, her practice was focused on commercial real estate law and financing transactions. Her experience includes the acquisition, disposition, financing and leasing of shopping centres, office towers and other major real estate assets. With regard to banking law, she has represented both lenders and borrowers in a variety of financing transactions, including syndicated loans, acquisition financing, project financing and asset-based financings.
Marie-Claude completed her legal studies in civil law at University of Sherbrooke and is a member of the Quebec Bar since 2010.
Acted for a retailer in connection with the acquisition of vacant lands in Laval from Riocan Real Estate Investment Trust for a purchase price of $10,000,000
Acted in connection with the acquisition of an industrial property located in Anjou for a purchase price of approximately $11,000,000
Acted for a developer/constructor in connection with its partnership with a developer for the development and leasing of a vacant land in Ontario with a value of $5,000,000 at the time of creation of the partnership
Acted for a developer in connection with its sale of a multi-residential property in Montreal for a purchase price of $13,000,000
Acted as Quebec counsel for a retailer in connection with the acquisition of 12 properties in Quebec and 12 properties in Ontario from Choice Real Estate Investment Trust for an aggregate purchase price of approximately $80,000,000
Acted as lead counsel in connection with the acquisition of five properties located in Quebec, Ontario and Nova Scotia from Choice Real Estate Investment Trust for an aggregate purchase price of approximately $43,000,000
Acted for a developer in connection with its acquisition of a 400+ multi-residential property in Laval for a purchase price of approximately $70,000,000
Areas of Expertise
Real Estate Financing
Education and Year of Call
Quebec Bar : 2010
Université de Sherbrooke (2009)