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In This Issue - #211 September 30, 2016

  1. Non-Union Federal Employees Score Historic Win in Supreme Court Case
  2. Mortgage Enforcement Issues
  3. Disclosure Requirements for Real Estate Development : Maybe Not Just Under REDMA
  4. New Developments in the Law of Property Division in BC
  5. Motorcycle Licensing in BC
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1. Non-Union Federal Employees Score Historic Win in Supreme Court Case

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

In what will no doubt be one of the most impactful employment law cases of the year, the Supreme Court of Canada in Wilson v. Atomic Energy of Canada has found that federally regulated employers cannot, absent economic reasons, terminate a non-unioni ...

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2. Mortgage Enforcement Issues

by Eric Ledding

In my foreclosure practice, typically the material circumstances have already been cast in stone by the time a client comes to see me about going to court. ...

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Eric Ledding
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3. Disclosure Requirements for Real Estate Development : Maybe Not Just Under REDMA

by Bradley Cronquist

When real estate developers consider disclosure requirements they commonly think of the obligations under the Real Estate Development Marketing Act. ...

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Bradley Cronquist
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4. New Developments in the Law of Property Division in BC

by Leneigh Bosdet

On April 28, 2016 the British Columbia Court of Appeal came out with a decision called V.J.F. v. S. K. W., 2016 BCCA 186. This decision called into question how property is to be divided in BC upon the breakdown of a spousal relationship under the Fa ...

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Leneigh Bosdet
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5. Motorcycle Licensing in BC

by Eric Ledding

Years back when I was going through the steps of obtaining my full motorcycle licence in British Columbia, I was surprised about how many people I spoke with that rode motorcycles that did not have a full licence. ...

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Eric Ledding
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