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In This Issue - #209 July 29, 2016

  1. Another Great Reason to Choose Pushor Mitchell LLP – Keith Inman
  2. Business Support Guide From The Central Okanagan Economic Development Commission
  3. Understanding the Foreclosure Process
  4. Using Summary Trials in a Wrongful Dismissal Action
  5. Illness or Disability During the Notice Period
  6. Brain Injury Symptoms Form
  7. Employees Distinct From Contractors
  8. Be Wary of a Good Stock Tip?
  9. New Tax on Residential Property Transfers to Foreign Entities in Metro Vancouver
  10. When Should I Review My Will?
  11. Alas Disgruntled Strata Owners! The Civil Resolution Tribunal Debuts in British Columbia
  12. Structuring the Developer
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1. Another Great Reason to Choose Pushor Mitchell LLP – Keith Inman

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Pushor Mitchell is pleased to welcome Keith Inman to the firm as Associate Counsel. ...

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2. Business Support Guide From The Central Okanagan Economic Development Commission

by Theresa Arsenault, Q.C.

The Central Okanagan Economic Development Commission has compiled a very handy Business Support Services Guide, which lists all kinds of useful information for local business owners. ...

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Theresa Arsenault, Q.C.
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3. Understanding the Foreclosure Process

by Eric Ledding

When a purchaser borrows funds to purchase real property (i.e. land and any buildings or structures attached to the land), most arm’s length lenders will require a personal promise to repay the funds, as well as some interest and expenses. ...

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Eric Ledding
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4. Using Summary Trials in a Wrongful Dismissal Action

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

The high costs of litigation and the long delays to have a matter heard in court have raised serious concerns with respect to access to justice in Canada. ...

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5. Illness or Disability During the Notice Period

by Parveen Shergill

It is settled law that an employee who is wrongfully terminated is entitled to “reasonable notice” which can be working notice or compensation in lieu of notice. ...

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Parveen Shergill
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6. Brain Injury Symptoms Form

by Paul Mitchell, Q.C.

This form is a concise list of potential symptoms arising from a brain injury or concussion. ...

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Paul Mitchell, Q.C.
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7. Employees Distinct From Contractors

by Greg Pratch

In the world of employment law there are “independent contractors” and there are “employees,” each one has pros and cons from both the employer and employee perspective. ...

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Greg Pratch
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8. Be Wary of a Good Stock Tip?

by Keith Inman

A friend of mine recently came to me with a hot stock tip that he was sure was going to make us both a lot of money. ...

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Keith Inman
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9. New Tax on Residential Property Transfers to Foreign Entities in Metro Vancouver

by Paul Tonita

There has been a lot of discussion in the media, amongst politicians and most likely in your circle of friends recently about the rapid increase in housing prices in B.C. and particularly in the Lower Mainland. ...

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Paul Tonita
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11. When Should I Review My Will?

by Vanessa DeDominicis

If you have an existing Will, that’s a great start. However, as your life changes, so will your estate planning needs. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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12. Alas Disgruntled Strata Owners! The Civil Resolution Tribunal Debuts in British Columbia

by Brent Coyne

In the midst of a strata dispute with your council or neighbour? Or, are you owed money where the amount in issue is relatively small such that it does not make financial sense to hire a lawyer? ...

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Brent Coyne
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13. Structuring the Developer

by Andrea East

Andrea East will be presenting "Structuring the Developer" at the PBLI conference Real Estate Development on First Nations Lands. ...

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Andrea East
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