Sarah Turney specializes in real property litigation, municipal law and planning matters. She works with clients to solve complex disputes arising from real property.
Sarah’s litigation practice focuses on real property disputes. She advises clients on complex easement and title matters, boundary disputes, adverse possession claims, mortgage claims and commercial lease remedies. Sarah has developed specialized expertise and is able to provide efficient, strategic advice on a broad range of real property matters.
Sarah practices before the Superior Court of Justice, the Divisional Court, the Provincial Court of Ontario and the Court of Appeal.
Sarah’s municipal and planning practice includes property tax assessment, zoning and other planning appeals and expropriation matters. Sarah advocates for clients before the Ontario Municipal Board and the Assessment Review Board.
As a former program coordinator with the City of Ottawa, Sarah has experience with government relations and policy development at the municipal level.