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In This Issue - #206 April 29, 2016

  1. Daniels v. Canada: Jurisdictional Clarity for Non-Status Indians and Metis
  2. Good News for Designated Drivers
  3. Facebook and Defamation: Potential Liability for Any Post and Any Friend’s Comments
  4. Notice of Interest under the Builders Lien Act – An Important Protection for Landlords
  5. Secured Transactions
  6. Representation Agreements and the Assisted-Dying Legislation (Bill C-14)
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1. Daniels v. Canada: Jurisdictional Clarity for Non-Status Indians and Metis

by Andrea East

For years, non-status Indians and Metis individuals have been trapped in a jurisdictional game of hot potato between provincial governments and the Federal Government, often leaving those individuals ineligible for programs and assistance. ...

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Andrea East
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4. Good News for Designated Drivers

by Matthew Canzer

A drunk and unruly passenger is still "using" the vehicle, even if he is (thankfully) not driving it. ...

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Matthew Canzer
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5. Facebook and Defamation: Potential Liability for Any Post and Any Friend’s Comments

by Jeremy Burgess

It likely comes as no news to most readers reading that social media is simultaneously a minefield or a gold mine for any litigation matter. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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6. Notice of Interest under the Builders Lien Act – An Important Protection for Landlords

by Mark Danielson

Section 1 of the Builders Lien Act, S.B.C. 1997, c. 45 (the “Act”) defines an “owner” as anyone with a legal or equitable interest in land. ...

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Mark Danielson
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7. Secured Transactions

by Jesse Bernhardt

Borrowers grant security interests in their property to lenders as a condition of financing every day. ...

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Jesse Bernhardt
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8. Representation Agreements and the Assisted-Dying Legislation (Bill C-14)

by Vanessa DeDominicis

A Representation Agreement is a legal planning document which can be used in British Columbia to provide your named representative with the authority to make health care decisions for you if you are unable to do so. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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