Tatiana Zalar is an Associate at WeirFoulds with a practice that focuses on all aspects of commercial real estate law and land development, including land acquisition and disposition, financing, leasing and condominiums.

In her commercial real estate and development practice, Tatiana has acted for vendors, purchasers and lenders in a variety of complex commercial and industrial real estate purchase, sale, financing, co-ownership and  joint venture transactions. Tatiana also has extensive experience in condominium and subdivision development, builders' sales and construction and development financing. 

Tatiana is actively engaged in the legal profession and matters that benefit the larger community. She is a member of the Toronto Commercial Real Estate Women (Toronto CREW). The group is committed to providing networking and leadership opportunities to empower women to excel, influence and lead throughout their commercial real estate careers. Tatiana is also a member of the REAL Jobs Day Committee, which gives grade 11/12 female students the opportunity to participate in a one-day event to learn more about careers in commercial real estate and network with senior executive women.

Tatiana earned her law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School, was an associate editor of the Osgoode Hall Law Journal and volunteered with Community Legal Aid.

Prior to joining WeirFoulds, Tatiana practiced at a prominent commercial real estate boutique in Vaughan, Ontario.

 

Tatiana Zalar is an Associate at WeirFoulds with a practice that focuses on all aspects of commercial real estate law and land development, including land acquisition and disposition, financing, leasing and condominiums.

Tatiana Zalar is an Associate at WeirFoulds with a practice that focuses on all aspects of commercial real estate law and land development, including land acquisition and disposition, financing, leasing and condominiums.

In her commercial real estate and development practice, Tatiana has acted for vendors, purchasers and lenders in a variety of complex commercial and industrial real estate purchase, sale, financing, co-ownership and  joint venture transactions. Tatiana also has extensive experience in condominium and subdivision development, builders' sales and construction and development financing. 

Tatiana is actively engaged in the legal profession and matters that benefit the larger community. She is a member of the Toronto Commercial Real Estate Women (Toronto CREW). The group is committed to providing networking and leadership opportunities to empower women to excel, influence and lead throughout their commercial real estate careers. Tatiana is also a member of the REAL Jobs Day Committee, which gives grade 11/12 female students the opportunity to participate in a one-day event to learn more about careers in commercial real estate and network with senior executive women.

Tatiana earned her law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School, was an associate editor of the Osgoode Hall Law Journal and volunteered with Community Legal Aid.

Prior to joining WeirFoulds, Tatiana practiced at a prominent commercial real estate boutique in Vaughan, Ontario.

 

Publications

"New Record Keeping Requirements for Ontario Corporate Land Owners", WeirFoulds LLP, November 2016

Speaking Engagements

Speaker, RELA Career Networking Lunch, Osgoode's Real Estate Law Association, Toronto, ON, March 13, 2017

Affiliations

Ontario Bar Association

Community Involvement

Associate, Toronto Commercial Real Estate Women

Member, REAL Jobs Day Committee, Toronto CREW

Associate

Toronto
Direct 416.947.5044
Fax 416.365.1876
TZalar@WeirFoulds.com

Practice Areas

Commercial Real Estate

Land Development

Called to the Bar
Ontario, 2013
Education
Osgoode Hall Law School
J.D 2012

University of Toronto, Trinity College
B.A (Hons) 2009
with Distinction

Affiliations
Ontario Bar Association
Community Involvement

Associate, Toronto Commercial Real Estate Women

Member, REAL Jobs Day Committee, Toronto CREW

Called to the Bar

Ontario, 2013

Education

Osgoode Hall Law School
J.D 2012

University of Toronto, Trinity College
B.A (Hons) 2009
with Distinction