Holder of a law degree from Laval University, Maxime Laflamme-Leblond has practices divided co-ownership and real estate law since 2015, and joined LJT Lawyers team's in February 2020.
As part of his practice, he advises and represents both co-ownership unions and co-owners, offering them his expertise in co-ownership law, whether providing legal opinions on specific questions, to prepare regulations, resolutions or other complex legal documents, or to represent its clients in civil disputes of all kinds.
In litigation matters, he regularly represents the interests of co-owners and unions before ordinary courts and, occasionally, before certain administrative courts, whether in the context of injunctions, recovery of unpaid charges, or liability actions.
He is particularly interested in the current issues in terms of divided co-ownership, in particular in terms of short-term rental ("AirBnB" style or others) and cannabis consumption, about which he acts so much as legal adviser of unions and co-owners as an attorney in the context of disputes.
He also regularly acts as president of assembly for co-ownerships of all sizes, in addition to being a regular speaker with the Regroupement des gestionnaires et copropriétaires du Québec (RGCQ).
Finally, he began in 2022 as a lecturer at Cégep de Saint-Laurent wherehe teaches the course « Aspects légaux en gestion de copropriétés ».