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In This Issue - #220 June 30, 2017

  1. Another Great Reason to Choose Pushor Mitchell – Patrick Bobyn
  2. Raphael Nowak Winner of Pushor Mitchell $10,000 Gold Medal leadership Award
  3. Another Great Reason to Choose Pushor Mitchell – Justin Dalton
  4. New SCC Decision Changes the Right to Reasonable Bail in Canada
  5. Buying and Selling Property in a Hot Market: Flipping a Contract of Purchase and Sale
  6. Withholding a $300,000 Bonus not a Constructive Dismissal
  7. What is the Probate Notice Period AND who is Entitled to Notice that Probate is being applied for?
  8. When Breaches of the Strata Property Act Result in a Forced Sale
  9. Separation Agreements – The Basics
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1. Another Great Reason to Choose Pushor Mitchell – Patrick Bobyn

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Pushor Mitchell is pleased to welcome Patrick Bobyn to the firm as an associate lawyer. ...

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2. Raphael Nowak Winner of Pushor Mitchell $10,000 Gold Medal leadership Award

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Being a top-level student isn’t easy, especially when you’re literally saving lives in your free time. ...

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3. Another Great Reason to Choose Pushor Mitchell – Justin Dalton

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Pushor Mitchell is pleased to welcome Justin Dalton to the firm as an associate lawyer. ...

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4. New SCC Decision Changes the Right to Reasonable Bail in Canada

by Ginger Holmes

R. v. Antic, 2017 SCC 27, changed the landscape of judicial interim release in Canada. ...

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Ginger Holmes
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5. Buying and Selling Property in a Hot Market: Flipping a Contract of Purchase and Sale

by Jeremy Burgess

It is most likely common knowledge that, for quite some time, the housing market in the lower mainland has been a highly competitive environment. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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7. Withholding a $300,000 Bonus not a Constructive Dismissal

by Colin Edstrom

A recent case out of Ontario illustrates that not all refusals to pay an employee’s compensation amount to a constructive dismissal, even if the amount owing is over $300,000. ...

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Colin Edstrom
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8. What is the Probate Notice Period AND who is Entitled to Notice that Probate is being applied for?

by Vanessa DeDominicis

Rule 25-2 of the Supreme Court Civil Rules requires Notice to be sent to beneficiaries, next of kin, and sometimes others, “at least 21 days” before the Executor files the Probate application materials with the Court. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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9. When Breaches of the Strata Property Act Result in a Forced Sale

by Jeremy Burgess

We’ve all had them at some point: those neighbour you can’t seem to get along with. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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10. Separation Agreements – The Basics

by Brent Coyne

The breakdown of a relationship inevitably triggers a number of issues, both personal and financial, that may require immediate and careful management. ...

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Brent Coyne
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