Saravan Veylan

Associate

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Office: Vancouver

Main: (604) 608-4570

Fax: (604) 682-7131

Education & Qualifications

  • Yukon Bar (2017)
  • Alberta Bar (2015)
  • British Columbia Bar (2010)
  • LLB (New Brunswick, 2009)
  • B.Comm. (Alberta, 2001)

Sarvi Veylan's practice focuses on realestate, financial services and corporate commercial law.

Sarvi works closely with business owners and operators in a variety of industries, including tourism, financial services, retail, health care, mining and natural resources. He has recently been involved in several high profile commercial property transactions; private company mergers, acquisitions and combinations, multi-jurisdictional structured sale transactions, and corporate restructuring transactions and proceedings.

  • Executive, Canadian Bar Association British Columbia Branch Real Property subsection (Legislative Liaison, 2016-2017; Treasurer, 2017-present)
  • Member, British Columbia Real Estate Commission Drug Operations Advisory Group (2017-present)
  • Director, Vancouver Bar Association (2012-2014)
  • Volunteer, Access Pro Bono Society of B.C.

Representative Transactions

  • Counsel to the Vancouver Regional Construction Association in respect of its founding of the Vancouver Zero Emissions Building Centre of Excellence (February, 2018)
  • Counsel for a time share operator in an acquisition of a share of a Whistler, British Columbia hotel (November, 2017)
  • Canadian counsel for a real estate investment trust in the sale of several commercial properties in ski resorts across North America (October 2016)
  • Counsel for an international, multi-family developer in its first British Columbia development (October 2017)
  • British Columbia counsel to a borrower in a multi-jurisdiction credit facility transaction (value in excess of $700 million USD) (April, 2016)
  • Counsel to a food services company borrower in a credit facility transaction (value of $250 million), January, 2012.
  • British Columbia counsel to a borrower in a multi-jurisdiction credit facility transaction (value in excess of $700 million USD) (April, 2016)
  • Counsel to a food services company borrower in a credit facility transaction (value of $250 million) (January, 2012)
  • Counsel to a financial services and leasing company in a funding agreement (value of $20 million) with a large insurance company (November, 2014)

 

 

  • University of New Brunswick George McAllister Prize in Torts (highest standing in Torts)
  • University of New Brunswick Allan Earle Scholarship (academic excellence)
  • Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot (Canadian Round) top 25 oral advocate