HALIFAX, Dec. 5, 2014 /CNW/ - John Oakey, CA, a tax partner with Collins Barrow Nova Scotia Inc., will be giving a seminar on "HST in Real Property" on December 9, 2014 at the Annual Real Estate Conference presented by the Real Estate Lawyers Association of Nova Scotia (RELANS).
Mr. Oakey will be outlining the HST implications of holding real property, whether as vacant lands, those undergoing or slated for construction or intended for or operating as mixed use.
"Because the tax application differs under each of those circumstances, real estate lawyers need to fully grasp its potential effect on property transactions," says Mr. Oakey.
Image with caption: "John Oakey, Partner, Collins Barrow Halifax (CNW Group/Collins Barrow Nova Scotia Inc.)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20141205_C8204_PHOTO_EN_9083.jpg
SOURCE: Collins Barrow Nova Scotia Inc.
For further information: John Oakey, Partner, Collins Barrow Nova Scotia Inc., 902.404.3176, [email protected], https://ca.linkedin.com/pub/john-oakey/12/aa0/633; Tiffany Hanks, Media Relations, Akcessia - Mayk Ideas, 647.726.1319, [email protected], https://www.linkedin.com/company/collins-barrow, https://twitter.com/CollinsBarrow