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In This Issue - #260 October 2020

  1. Only BC Courts Can Adjudicate on Real Property in BC
  2. How Are Wills Located?
  3. Non-Competition Agreements in Business Transactions
  4. When “Regular” Employees Owe Fiduciary Duties and Why it Matters
  5. The Supreme Court of Canada Weighs in Comprehensively on Child Support issues
  6. Time to Build! Considerations for Residential Construction Contracts (for Both Builders and Landowners)
  7. Whether a Strata Can or Cannot Recover Legal Fees in Enforcement Efforts
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1. Only BC Courts Can Adjudicate on Real Property in BC

by Jeremy Burgess

There is frequent need for parties who obtain judgments in jurisdictions outside of BC to come to BC seeking to enforce their judgments against assets of judgment creditors held in BC. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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2. How Are Wills Located?

by Vanessa DeDominicis

When a loved one passes away, how do you know if they had a Will? Many people – even those close to us – can be very “cloak and dagger” about finances and personal matters. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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3. Non-Competition Agreements in Business Transactions

by Paul Tonita

When looking a buying a business, buyers will often request that the sellers refrain from competing with the business for a period of time after completion of the sale. ...

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Paul Tonita
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4. When “Regular” Employees Owe Fiduciary Duties and Why it Matters

by Colin Edstrom

While all employees owe a duty of fidelity to their employers, certain employees owe an elevated fiduciary duty. ...

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Colin Edstrom
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5. The Supreme Court of Canada Weighs in Comprehensively on Child Support issues

by Taryn Moore

The Supreme Court of Canada released its written decision in the case of Michel v. Graydon. This was a case that involved the interpretation and application of section 152 of the Family Law Act. ...

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Taryn Moore
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6. Time to Build! Considerations for Residential Construction Contracts (for Both Builders and Landowners)

by Patrick Bobyn

Over the past few months there has been a substantial increase in real estate activity. ...

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Patrick Bobyn
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7. Whether a Strata Can or Cannot Recover Legal Fees in Enforcement Efforts

by Jeremy Burgess

When a strata issues fines or fees against owners, it often seeks legal assistance in doing so. A recent decision reviews when a strata is or is not entitled to recover part or all of those legal fees. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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