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Read more on Statutory Building Schemes

Statutory Building Schemes

TagsArticles, Real Estate and Transactions, Strata Property Law

When Is a Statutory Building Scheme No Longer Enforceable? Unfortunately, the answer to that question is, “it depends”. A statutory building scheme is a document that is registered on title to properties within a subdivision imposing terms that limit what a homeowner can do with his or her property. Statutory building schemes can be very…

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Read more on Title Review for Real Estate Purchases: Advice from Kelowna Real Estate Lawyer

Title Review for Real Estate Purchases: Advice from Kelowna Real Estate Lawyer

TagsArticles, Real Estate and Transactions

Once you have an accepted offer to purchase a property the very next thing you should do is send that contract to your Kelowna real estate lawyer. Real estate lawyers want your contract as early as possible so we can collect information on the property and so we have time to complete a title review. The…

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Read more on Kelowna Commercial Real Estate Property In High Demand for Cannabis Industry

Kelowna Commercial Real Estate Property In High Demand for Cannabis Industry

TagsArticles, Real Estate and Transactions

With the recent legalization of cannabis in Canada, commercial real estate property and commercial leasing are in high demand for businesses seeking to operate legal cannabis dispensaries in Kelowna and throughout Canada.   The Cannabis Act ensures a strict legal framework for controlling the production, distribution, sale, and possession of cannabis. In British Columbia, local, provincial and federal laws dictate…

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Read more on Changes to REDMA for the Assignment of Contracts

Changes to REDMA for the Assignment of Contracts

TagsArticles, Business Law, Real Estate and Transactions

Effective January 1st, 2019 there will be new changes to REDMA (Real Estate and Development Marketing Act). The changes pertain to the assignment of contracts for developments like Ella, One Water, Brooklyn, and other strata condos in town. With these new changes, if a purchaser wants to assign their contract before they complete their purchase…

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Read more on Repeated Breaches of Confidentiality Policy are Just Cause for Termination

Repeated Breaches of Confidentiality Policy are Just Cause for Termination

TagsArticles, Employment Law

In a recent case from British Columbia, Manak v. Workers’ Compensation Board of British Columbia (cob WorkSafe BC), 2018 BCSC 182, the court held that an employee’s repeated breaches of a confidentiality policy justified the employer to terminate her employment for cause.  In employment law, for cause terminations are exceedingly difficult to prove with the…

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Our Kelowna lawyers represent clients throughout the Okanagan Valley and the rest of BC. We have a diverse practice, from personal injury representation or wills and estate planning to commercial business law or real estate transactions.

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