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Keeping Current with Legal Developments
If you have a moment, we would welcome you to read some of our articles about legal issues affecting businesses and individuals in British Columbia and Canada. We hope you find them informative.
As most societies are now aware, every pre-existing society in British Columbia must file a transition application under the Societies Act by November
When a taxpayer dies in Canada, a number of tax obligations can arise, including preparing and filing personal tax returns for the deceased
Executor and Personal Representative While most people may refer to it as “executor”, a “personal representative” is in fact the legal term in
After you make the decision to incorporate, one decision you may be facing is whether to set up your company as a provincial
In this article we look at 3 different circumstances in which British Columbia real estate is dealt with after a person passes away.
Obtaining and reviewing the title of a property is one of the most important steps to be done when buying real estate. This
Today we are looking at what happens when you die without a Will in BC. We have broken this down into two main
Earlier this year we posted about the Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT). Now that the CRT is in full swing, we wanted to provide
The Structure of the Transaction When a business is bought or sold, there are usually two potential structures for the deal: 1. The
In this article, we discuss the lesser discussed estate planning document available in British Columbia – the nomination of committee. A nomination of