Lauren M. Randall

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Property Assistant
Mandy Baillie
Estate Paralegal
Victoria Stoyles
"Effective April 30 , 2018 – Cyril Randall is retired from BOYNECLRKE LLP. It has been an incredible experience working with, and learning from my dad, Cyril, over the past 10 years. I am looking forward to continuing to provide the same level of service and dedication to his clients as he embarks on the adventure that is retirement."

About Lauren

Lauren is a partner with the Real Estate and Estate Teams, focusing on Residential Real Estate, Wills and Estate Planning and Probate and Administration of Estates. She also has a particular focus on condominium law and is able to guide a developer through the registration process.

Lauren is aware that buying a home is the biggest purchase in an individual’s life and she believes it is important to have a lawyer who will guide homebuyers through the process. She is always available to personally answer any client’s questions, helping to eliminate any concerns her clients have throughout the process.

In Lauren’s Wills and Estate Planning practice, she helps her clients prepare for the future with ease. She works with clients to ensure that their loved ones are taken care of with the least amount of stress to deal with in unfortunate circumstances.

In her spare time, Lauren plays fastball with the Nova Scotia She-Devils and has done so for over 15 years. She also volunteers her time at the Bide Awhile shelter and delivers food at Christmas with the St. Vincent de Paul Society of Halifax.

Areas of Practice

Lauren's Background

  • 2008: L.L.B., The University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick
  • 2005: Bachelor of Commerce, Mount Allison University, Sackville, New Brunswick
  • 2019 - Present: Partner, BOYNECLARKE LLP, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
  • 2009 - 2018: Associate, BOYNECLARKE LLP, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
  • 2008 - 2009: Articled Clerk, BOYNECLARKE LLP, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
Professional Memberships
  • Member - Nova Scotia Barristers' Society
  • Member - Canadian Bar Association
  • Member - FUSION Halifax
  • Member - Canadian Condominium Institute
Community Activities
  • Volunteer Counsel - NSBS Land Title Clarification Probono Group
  • Volunteer Supervising Counsel - Dalhousie Wills Project
  • Past Vice President - Metro Ladies' Ball Hockey League
  • Past Volunteer - NS Barristers Society LRA exam
  • Past Volunteer - Brigadoon Village
  • Past Volunteer - Big Brothers, Big Sisters
  • Past Volunteer - Nova Scotia Mental Health Foundation

Recent Blog Posts by Lauren

Blog Post | Wednesday September 20, 2017

Well Water Testing When Buying a Home

Authored by: Lauren M. Randall Posted in: Real Estate

If you’ve decided to buy a home that is not on municipal water services it is important to know how this affects the home purchase process and ongoing home ownership. 

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Blog Post | Monday March 28, 2016

Estate Planning: Married, Divorced or Common Law

Authored by: Lauren M. Randall Posted in: Wills & Estates

If you are married, divorced, separated or common law there are different ways your assets will get distributed upon death. It is important to know what happens to your assets in the event something happens to you. Estate plans allow you to decide how your assets get distributed.

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Blog Post | Wednesday June 4, 2014

Tips to Ensure a Smooth Closing on the Sale of Your Home

Authored by: Lauren M. Randall Posted in: Real Estate

For most transactions that are delayed on the day of closing, the delay is caused by things that could be easily fixed by the seller prior to closing. Below is a list of things that you, as the seller, should be doing prior to the closing date: Clean – you should be cleaning the inside of the house

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Blog Post | Tuesday December 18, 2018

Can I use a Power of Attorney?

Authored by: Lauren M. Randall Posted in: Real Estate

If you are helping an elderly, disabled or unavailable friend or family member with a real estate transaction, you may be wondering when a Power of Attorney will be accepted.

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Blog Post | Friday January 25, 2019

Restrictive Covenants

Authored by: Lauren M. Randall Posted in: Real Estate

When purchasing a new home, it is important to note that some lots have restrictive covenants that apply to them. Restrictive covenants are rules that govern the use of the lot and other lots in the subdivision.

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Blog Post | Monday March 11, 2019

The Top 6 Things to know when Purchasing a New Construction Condominium

Authored by: Lauren M. Randall Posted in: Real Estate

If you are thinking about putting an offer in on a new construction condominium, there are a couple of things you need to be aware of to prevent any surprises

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