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Christine  Provencher

Christine Provencher

Partner Fasken
Even with the best planning, major construction projects are unpredictable and with many parties involved, the potential for disputes is always present.
Jurisdiction Quebec, 2011
Language(s) French, English
Office(s) Montreal
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Christine Provencher is a partner in the Commercial Litigation Group with experience in major civil and commercial litigation cases. She represents clients of the firm in all types of contract disputes, primarily in the construction industry.

In her construction practice, Christine represents stakeholders that include owners, professionals, general contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers, in connection with issues relating to construction defects, project management, breach of contract, claims for delay or additional work, performance bonds, and legal hypothecs. She also offers consulting services relating to construction project management, preparing or disputing claims, drafting or revising construction contracts, reviewing, replying or contesting call for tenders, and co-ownership issues.

In addition, Christine represents a range of clients in complex commercial litigation, and a substantial portion of her practice is dedicated to franchising.

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Education

  • LLB Université de Sherbrooke

Community involvement

  • Secretary, Board of directors, PMI-Montréal

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Member, Québec Bar
  • Member, Bar of Montréal
  • Member, Young Bar Association of Montréal
  • Member, American Bar Association
  • Member, Canadian Bar Association
  • Member, Project Management Institute (PMI-Montréal)
Article Commentary on C.S. Terrec inc. v. Renaud-Prescott – La décontamination d’un immeuble, de réels « travaux de construction ou de rénovation » ? Author, On-line publication in La Référence, Repères
Les garanties légales PMI-Montréal
Superconférence sur la construction: Le nouveau code de procédure civile et l'impact en matière de preuve dans le domaine de la construction" Institut Canadien

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