Notary in an agricultural and forestry region
Andréanne Déry was admitted to the profession of notary in spring 2016. She practices in an agricultural region of Canada, far from the big urban centers. The sale of wood lots and analysis of forestry development plans are an everyday part of her work.
Specialist in land-use development
Andréanne focuses her mandatory in-service training (all notaries have to follow at least 30 hours of training every two years) on questions of real estate, taxation and land-use development.
She works in a firm with three notaries and a paralegal in the town of Lac-Etchemin in southern Quebec. She mainly works in property law (sale, mortgages, easements) and corporate law (sale of companies, incorporation, mergers, etc.).
Territory: Andréanne is qualified to implement a transfer of rights concerning a property anywhere in the province of Quebec.
Law, a real commitment
Previously, Andréanne was a teaching assistant on a corporate law module (DRT-2006) and has also worked as a research assistant for the co-director of the Centre d’Etudes en Droit Economique in Laval. She was also a volunteer at the Bureau d’Information Juridique during the 2013 winter session.