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Randall L. Prime: Kentville Foreclosure & Property Law Lawyer

Randall L. Prime

Randall L. Prime

Kentville Office

Telephone: 902-678-3257

Fax: 902-678-7727


Paralegal: Kaylee Curran

Randall is a senior lawyer with Waterbury Newton and has been with our firm since 1989. Randall’s experience, knowledge and achievements have contributed to his ongoing success as a lawyer who provides outstanding legal services to his clients.

Randall has been a practising member of the Nova Scotia Bar since 1990.

Practice Areas

Randall’s areas of practice include:

  • Property Law
  • Corporate and Business Law
  • Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts
  • Civil Litigation
  • Foreclosures
  • Family Law
  • Personal Injury Claims

Community Activities & Interests

  • Director of Kings West Soccer Association
  • Director of Valley Sport and Multipurpose Facility Association
  • Legal Advisor to the Valley District Soccer Association
  • Holds a CSA Senior Coaching Certificate
  • Past President of Annapolis Valley Affiliated Boards of Trade
  • Past President of Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Kings and Annapolis Counties
  • Former Member of Nova Scotia Forestry Association
  • Former Member of Rotary Club of New Minas


  • Dalhousie University 1989, LL.B
  • University of New Brunswick, 1985, B.Sc. (Forestry)
  • Islands Consolidated School, Freeport, Long Island (Recipient: Lieutenant Governor’s Medal)

Achievements & Affiliations

  • Practising Member of Nova Scotia Bar since 1990
  • Member of MENSA Canada
  • Member of Real Estate Lawyers’ Association of Nova Scotia
  • Member of Screening Committee, Bar Admission Examination of the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society
  • Certified Lawyer under the Nova Scotia Land Registration System
  • Member of Provincial Voluntary Planning Committee which Brought in Nova Scotia’s first Occupier’s Liability Law
  • Former Member of Atlantic Provinces Trial Lawyers Association

Presentations & Publications

  • Appeared on Global TV’s Maritime Noon Program
  • Facilitated Workshops for Invisible Disabilities Association of Nova Scotia, including Videos Regarding Canada Pension Plan and Long-Term Disability Appeals
  • Contributor to “The Sea Has Many Voices,” Edited by Cynthia Lamson (Legal and Environmental Aspects of Oceans Policy)
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