Your purchase offer for a used boat sold by an individual to well start your negotiations.
Your boat sale evidenced in writing for more security.
Your search in the Canadian Register of Vessels to know whether or not a duly registered boat is free of any lien or encumbrance.
The search by the owner's name allows you to know if financial charges are registered against him or her in the RDPRM, which may be affecting a specific property, such as a pleasure craft.
Your formal notice demanding that an individual or a company deliver or replace a movable property for you.
Your formal notice demanding the payment of any amount owed to you.
Your formal notice to demand that a third party pay the cost of repairs or replacement of any of your property damaged by said third party.
Your formal notice to demand that an individual or a company honour the commitment made to you in a promise to purchase.
Your formal notice to expose the discovery of a latent defect in a property that you have acquired.
Your formal notice demanding the replacement of property due to a latent defect.
Your demand letter requesting the repair of property due to a latent defect.