Associate, Solicitor

Peter A. Hagel LinkedIn

My clients can rely on me to deliver creative solutions to complex problems.

Biography

Peter Hagel is an associate in the corporate/commercial group at Hamilton Duncan practising primarily in the areas of real estate and corporate and commercial law.

In his real estate practice, Peter assists individuals and businesses with the purchase, sale, financing and leasing of residential and commercial properties.

Peter advises developers on all stages of the development process from land assembly to the sale of development units including acquisition, financing and assembly of the development lands and preparing development agreements including joint venture agreements, shareholders’ agreements and construction management agreements.  He advises on drafting disclosure statements and ensuring compliance with the Real Estate Development Marketing Act, filing subdivision and strata plans and preparing legal documents including easements, covenants and statutory right of ways. He also handles all aspects of the sale and leasing of development units to purchasers.

In his corporate and commercial law practice, Peter assists business with all legal needs from the incorporation of a company to the purchase and sale of a business by way of assets and shares.

Peter obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology from Simon Fraser University and a Juris Doctor from the University of Alberta. While in law school, he volunteered with Student Legal Services of Edmonton and provided free legal information and representation in court on criminal and civil law matters.

In his spare time, Peter loves to travel and paint.

Associations

  • Law Society of British Columbia
  • SBA

Speaking

  • Employment Law Considerations When Buying Or Selling A Business (2017)
  • Estate Planning Tips for Small Businesses (2017)

Practice Areas

Business Law Practice Areas

Personal Law Practice Areas

Education

  • JD, University of Alberta (2012)
  • BA, Simon Fraser University (2008)

Bar Locations

  • British Columbia (2013)
  • Alberta (2013) (inactive)