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In This Issue - #192 February 27, 2015

  1. Kelowna Now’s In Focus – Greg Pratch
  2. The New Wills Estates and Succession Act “WESA” (which came into force March 31, 2014) and Undue Influence
  3. Use It Or Lose It! Builders Lien Claimants Must Prosecute Claims Diligently or Risk Losing Their Security
  4. It’s Okay To Say I’m Sorry
  5. Pushor Mitchell Supports Trades Expansion at Okanagan College
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1. Kelowna Now’s In Focus – Greg Pratch

by Greg Pratch

Greg Pratch was recently profiled on KelownaNow.com’s In Focus which recognizes people, businesses and organizations that make our city great. ...

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Greg Pratch
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2. The New Wills Estates and Succession Act “WESA” (which came into force March 31, 2014) and Undue Influence

by Vanessa DeDominicis

WESA introduced a shift in the onus of proof in relation to undue influence challenges to wills in some cases. Section 52 of WESA places the onus of disproving undue influence to the person who has received the gift under the will ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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3. Use It Or Lose It! Builders Lien Claimants Must Prosecute Claims Diligently or Risk Losing Their Security

by Mark Danielson

Our courts regard claims for builders liens (“CBLs”) as extraordinary remedies because they allow one to encumber another’s land before proving, in court, that person owes them money. ...

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Mark Danielson
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4. It’s Okay To Say I’m Sorry

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Stand-up comedians and sitcoms have been making fun of Canadians for being polite as long as I can remember. Being known for our niceness is certainly not a bad thing and I wish more Canadian businesses would adopt this philosophy ...

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8. Pushor Mitchell Supports Trades Expansion at Okanagan College

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Pushor Mitchell LLP has pledged $30,000 to the Okanagan College Foundation towards the Bright Horizons, Building for Skills Campaign for the complex. Please click here for the full article in the Okanagan College News. ...

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