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By Cathie Brayley, Areet Kaila, Richard Weiland
This is the third in a series of posts arising out of the Liberal Government's paper "Tax Planning Using Private Corporations."
By John Rogers
A non-Canadian franchisor planning to expand its franchise system to Canada must make important decisions on the type of legal entity to use for the expansion and the method by which the expansion will be implemented.
By Scott McLeod, Areet Kaila, Cathie Brayley, Richard Weiland
This is the fifth in a series of posts arising out of the Liberal Government's paper "Tax Planning Using Private Corporations."
By Emily Clough, Michael Larsen
The Supreme Court of Canada has confirmed that, when assets are transferred from a parent to an adult child without anything given in return...
By Cathie Brayley, Areet Kaila, Richard Weiland
The Liberal Government announced in the March 2017 Budget that it was reviewing the use of tax planning strategies involving private corporations.
By Scott McLeod, Cathie Brayley, Richard Weiland, Areet Kaila
This is the fourth in a series of posts arising out of the Liberal Government's paper "Tax Planning Using Private Corporations."
By Michael McDonald, Tanner Doerges
The Supreme Court of Canada has released two highly anticipated decisions on the role of regulatory bodies in fulfilling the Crown's duty to consult with Indigenous groups and to accommodate their interests.
By David Austin
"Thirty years ago, when we did a large hydro project, it was the only renewable in sight," David said. "Now it's got competition from wind and solar, and as wind and solar...
By Don Sihota
Earn-outs are very common these days in transactions where an owner is selling a business.
By Allyson Baker, Veronica Franco, Darren Donnelly
Legislative amendments launched last year to allow strata corporations to sell their entire building and land with 80% owner approval, which has created a wave of group condo sales in Metro Vancouver.
By Lauren Liang
Lauren Liang's recent article on inheritance rights of children born out of wedlock was republished by Quickscribe Reporter in its June edition. Quickscribe Reporter is a well-circulated summary of Canadian law.
By Jennifer Lowson
One term that you may hear when negotiating the sale of your business – or the purchase of a new business – is "conditions precedent" or "conditions".
By Lauren Liang
Since 1927, legislation in British Columbia had provided that in cases of intestacy, children born out of wedlock would inherit on the same basis as children born in a marriage.
By David Austin
As an authority on all things energy—whether it is regarding Site C dam, the independent power sector, LNG or BC's massive energy potential in the Montney formation—David Austin is a go-to expert...
By Geoffrey White, Emily Clough
The definition of spouse in BC's Wills, Estates, and Succession Act says that two people are "spouses" if "they have lived with each other in a marriage-like relationship for at least two years."
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