David Munday articled with the firm and the joined the firm following his call to the bar in 2010. David provides legal advice in the areas of municipal law, land use planning & development and real estate.
His clients include municipalities, developers, public institutions, corporations, financial institutions, farming operations, not-for-profits and individuals buying, selling or mortgaging properties, including first time homebuyers.
David provides advice to the firm’s municipal clients in the areas of municipal governance, licensing, freedom of information, conflict of interest, municipal agreements, statutory interpretation, legislative powers, land use planning and development, by-law enforcement, building and fire code matters, municipal liability, zoning issues, environmental standards and approvals, drafting of by-laws, and other areas of municipal concern.
David represents private clients in matters involving the acquisition, disposition and financing of real property and advises on all aspects of land development, including certification of title, plans of subdivision and new home construction, as well as construction lien matters, commercial tenancies, commercial financing and the purchase, sale and financing of farm properties.
David currently sits on the executive committee of the Kingston Home Builders Association and its land development sub-committee, he is a director of the Food Sharing Project which feeds over 12,000 hungry children in the greater Kingston area and is a past director of the Limestone Advisory for Child Care Programs.