Lynn Ramsay is a senior partner at the firm, practicing primarily in the area of commercial real estate law. As senior counsel, Lynn provides advice to commercial real estate developers, condominium developers, landlords, tenants and lenders in all aspects of land development organization, structure and financing.
From her call to the Bar of British Columbia in 1972, Lynn was in private practice and joined the firm in 1978. During this time, she has assisted developers in property acquisitions by preparing and reviewing financing documents, negotiating agreements amongst development partners and contractors, obtaining the necessary development and subdivision approvals and ensuring compliance with real estate legislation. She has also assisted landlords and tenants in negotiating and preparing lease agreements and offers to lease and has acted as general counsel on matters related to the daily operations of real estate management.
She is currently a member of the American College of Mortgage Attorneys.
A graduate of Simon Fraser University (B.A., 1970) and the University of British Columbia (LL.B., 1972), Lynn is a former chair of the National Real Estate section of the Canadian Bar Association. She is currently a member of the Real Property section of the Bar, and is a member of the provincial Committee reviewing the new legislation for the Condominium Act. She has lectured and published papers on a variety of subjects, including “Pre-Development: The Developers Perspective” and “The Conversion of Existing Developments”. Lynn co-authored Condominium Law and Practice in British Columbia, which was published by the Continuing Legal Education Society in September 1996. She is a former managing partner of the firm.