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In This Issue - #237 November 2018

  1. A Will For Canadian Property and Foreign Property
  2. Promissory Notes and Settlement Agreements – Commit Agreements to Writing
  3. What Happens When A Commercial Tenant Does Not Follow the Proper Procedures to Renew a Lease?
  4. Changes to REDMA: Developer Obligations for Assignments of Purchase Agreements come into Force
  5. Property, Parties, Price – How Far the Court Will Go to Insert the 3 P’s of Real Estate into a Contract
  6. Pushor Mitchell Sponsors The Rossi Collection at Kelowna Art Gallery
  7. Christmas Jingle Mingle
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1. A Will For Canadian Property and Foreign Property

by Vanessa DeDominicis

Whenever I have clients that have Canadian property and assets in a foreign jurisdiction, I always recommend that they consult with a lawyer in the jurisdiction where they hold those foreign assets. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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2. Promissory Notes and Settlement Agreements – Commit Agreements to Writing

by Jeremy Burgess

Often times parties will turn to friends, family, acquaintances or business relations to seek funds to borrow rather than a bank or other lending institution. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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3. What Happens When A Commercial Tenant Does Not Follow the Proper Procedures to Renew a Lease?

by Paul Tonita

A recent case from the Ontario Court of Appeal sets out an interesting chain of events. ...

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Paul Tonita
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4. Changes to REDMA: Developer Obligations for Assignments of Purchase Agreements come into Force

by Bradley Cronquist

The Province of British Columbia has approved the amendments to REDMA and the Real Estate Development Marketing Regulation in order to facilitate the disclosure of information to provincial and federal authorities ...

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Bradley Cronquist
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5. Property, Parties, Price – How Far the Court Will Go to Insert the 3 P’s of Real Estate into a Contract

by Jeremy Burgess

The Statute of Frauds and Canadian jurisprudence require that for any contract of real property to be enforceable, it must contain an agreement with respect to three essential elements knowns as the 3 P’s: parties, property and price. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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6. Pushor Mitchell Sponsors The Rossi Collection at Kelowna Art Gallery

by Paul Mitchell, Q.C.

Pushor Mitchell is pleased to sponsor The Rossi Collection, the current exhibition at the Kelowna Art Gallery. ...

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Rossi Collection
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7. Christmas Jingle Mingle

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Time to pull out those Ugly Christmas Sweaters! We’re throwing a Christmas Jingle Mingle on Tuesday, December 11th. ...

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