Yves Lacroix has vast experience in business law, more specifically in commercial and banking law, financial institutions, private business financing, commercial credit and the taking, registration and realization of security.
Yves advises clients in the automobile financing sector on issues related to taxation, security, proceedings, contract forms and policies.
His vast experience in the protection and registration of personal and movable real rights is relied upon by local financial institutions and for foreign financing institutions who want to conduct business in the province of Québec. As such, he represented a financial institution before the Supreme Court of Canada in Lefebvre (Trustee of). The outcome of this landmark case affected the commercial practices of financial institutions in Quebec, in particular the rules governing the registration of personal and movable real rights.
Clients from the agricultural industry value his experience in business law and finance and trust Yves in matters related to agricultural financing, the marketing of agricultural products and the structuring of agricultural organizations in Quebec.
Yves also enjoys a reputation in construction law as an expert in legal hypothecs and payment bonds. He is currently providing training to one of the largest building materials buying groups in Canada.