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In This Issue - #246 – August 2019

  1. Income Tax: Guilty Until Proven Innocent?
  2. Estate Planning for Blended Families
  3. WorkSafe BC and Young Workers
  4. Insurance Law: Material Non-Disclosure Results in No Coverage
  5. Ten Common Builders Lien Act Misconceptions
  6. Do You Have a Company Incorporated Under the Canada Business Corporations Act? If so, You Have New Disclosure Requirements
  7. How Can We Help Franchisees?
  8. Joint Tenants vs. Tenants in Common. What Is The Impact On Your Estate Plan?
  9. Pushor Mitchell Is Proud To Sponsor 55+ Games
  10. Pushor Mitchell Participates in Community Pro Bono Event
  11. Commerce ConneX @ Pushor Mitchell on September 19
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1. Income Tax: Guilty Until Proven Innocent?

by Thomas Fellhauer

We all know that we have to pay taxes.  Taxes are important and provide the funds for many of our social programs that we hold dearly.  But what if you get on the wrong side of the Canada Revenue Agency.  Will you be treated fairly? ...

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Thomas Fellhauer
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2. Estate Planning for Blended Families

by Theresa Arsenault, Q.C.

There are a whole new set of challenges when making an estate plan for a blended family. ...

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Theresa Arsenault, Q.C.
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3. WorkSafe BC and Young Workers

by Alfred Kempf

In my practice I frequently receive inquiries from workers in their forties to sixties who are seeking assistance with old injuries. ...

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Alfred Kempf
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4. Insurance Law: Material Non-Disclosure Results in No Coverage

by Jeremy Burgess

It is not an usual story: an insurance applicant does not make full and frank disclosure in their insurance application. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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5. Ten Common Builders Lien Act Misconceptions

by Mark Danielson

An important object of the Builders Lien Act is to assist those who contribute their work and materials to a construction project in being paid. ...

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Mark Danielson
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6. Do You Have a Company Incorporated Under the Canada Business Corporations Act? If so, You Have New Disclosure Requirements

by Paul Tonita

As you may be aware, as part of a multinational initiative to combat money laundering and tax evasion, there are new requirements under the Canada Business Corporations Act regarding beneficial ownership of federal corporations. ...

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Paul Tonita
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7. How Can We Help Franchisees?

by Andrew Brunton

Our prior articles regarding franchises have focused mainly on franchisors. However, we often advise potential franchisees. ...

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Andrew Brunton
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8. Joint Tenants vs. Tenants in Common. What Is The Impact On Your Estate Plan?

by Vanessa DeDominicis

In my initial estate planning meeting with clients, one very important question that I ask is “Do you hold your real estate as joint tenants or tenants in common?” I am often answered with “We are both on the title” which does ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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9. Pushor Mitchell Is Proud To Sponsor 55+ Games

by Alfred Kempf

Kelowna is hosting the 55+ Games from September 11-14, 2019 and Pushor Mitchell is sponsoring the games. ...

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Alfred Kempf
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10. Pushor Mitchell Participates in Community Pro Bono Event

by Leneigh Bosdet

Pushor Mitchell Lawyers Leneigh Bosdet and Paul Tonita will be volunteering their time in the Pro Bono Advice-a-Thon even that takes place in city park in Kelowna throughout the day on September 10, 2019. ...

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Leneigh Bosdet
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11. Commerce ConneX @ Pushor Mitchell on September 19

by Paul Mitchell, Q.C.

Join the Kelowna Chamber of Commerce and Pushor Mitchell LLP for Commerce ConneX on the Pushor Mitchell Roof Top Patio. ...

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Paul Mitchell, Q.C.
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