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In This Issue - #266 April 2021

  1. Estate Planning And Charitable Gifts
  2. UBC Researchers Identify the Most Dangerous Prescriptions for Drivers
  3. Big Changes Coming Soon to Provincial Court Family Rules
  4. They Used my Money to Buy that Property. Can’t Encumber it?
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1. Estate Planning And Charitable Gifts

by Vanessa DeDominicis

Leaving a charitable donation in your Will can be a wonderful way to benefit a charity that has meant a great deal to you during your lifetime. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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2. UBC Researchers Identify the Most Dangerous Prescriptions for Drivers

by Paul Mitchell, Q.C.

This UBC study concludes that many common prescription medications pose a risk of causing a car crash. ...

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Paul Mitchell, Q.C.
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3. Big Changes Coming Soon to Provincial Court Family Rules

by Patrick Gaffney

I recently attended a Continuing Legal Education Society of BC presentation about the significant changes coming to the Provincial Court Family Rules. ...

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Patrick Gaffney
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4. They Used my Money to Buy that Property. Can’t Encumber it?

by Jeremy Burgess

It is a common question: when you lend someone money, they use that money to purchase land and the money is not paid back, can you somehow secure repayment by encumbering title to the land? ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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