In this issue - #138 August 31, 2010

  1. ICBC Accessing Claimant's Facebook Pages 
  2. What is “Lock-up” and When Does it Occur? 
  3. Process For Community Approval Of A Lease Of First Nations Community Lands On Indian Act Reserve Land 

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1. ICBC Accessing Claimant's Facebook Pages - by Paul Mitchell, Q.C.

ICBC has been accessing sites such as Facebook, Blogger, MySpace, and other social newtorking sites in order to investigate injury claims.

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2. What is “Lock-up” and When Does it Occur? - by Mark Danielson

These questions were not considered by a Canadian court until the recent British Columbia Supreme Court decision of Skadberg Construction v. Buchholz, 2010 BCSC 869.

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3. Process For Community Approval Of A Lease Of First Nations Community Lands On Indian Act Reserve Land - by Andrea East

There are generally two types of lands which may be leased on a First Nations reserve governed by the Indian Act:  lands allocated to individual members by a Certificate of Possession, often referred to as “CP Lands”, and lands which are unallocated and held for the benefit of the community as a whole, often referred to as “Community Lands”.

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