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By Naomi Krueger
When deciding whether an insurer owes a duty to defend an action, the courts will take an expansive approach based on the "mere possibility" that a claim falls within an insurance policy.
By Mary Hamilton, Aubrie Girou
Signing the name of the adult who appointed you rather than your own signature makes it clear that you are signing for the adult as if the adult...
By Menka Sull
The tender call contained two special provisions, one of which required the contractor to hold a prescribed welding certification.
By Stewart Muglich
Recently, the British Columbia Securities Commission ("BCSC") revoked and replaced BC Instrument 72-503 – Distribution of Securities outside British Columbia ...
By Rebecca Cleary
A contractor is hired to renovate a bathroom, enters into a written contract, completes the work and is paid. A month later, the client calls back and asks for some minor work in a second bathroom.
By Alexander Holburn Beaudin & Lang LLP
Virtually all businesses deal with contracts of one form or another.
By Alexander Holburn Beaudin & Lang LLP
Many 50/50 shareholders refer to themselves as partners, when in fact they each own shares in a company which owns the business.
By Alexander Holburn Beaudin & Lang LLP
As a minority shareholder, the provincial or federal statute that governs your company provides some basic rights to shareholders.
By Alexander Holburn Beaudin & Lang LLP
It is not uncommon for disputes to happen between shareholders within a business.
By Alexander Holburn Beaudin & Lang LLP
Real estate and commercial leasing matters are a frequent source of business disputes which can often lead to a lawsuit.
By Ingrid Tsui
It is a general rule that a sale of a capital asset (such as real property) will trigger tax in the hands of the seller on any gains.
By Michael Dery
In previous posts, we discussed the trial and appeal decisions in Casey v. Pel-Air Aviation Pty (Supreme Court of New South Wales, Australia).
By Alexander Holburn Beaudin & Lang LLP
The Partnership Act, RSBC 1996, c 348 and the common law governs partnerships as discussed below.
By Alexander Holburn Beaudin & Lang LLP
Joint ventures are created by a contract between two parties and are set up for limited periods of time or for a limited purpose or both.
By Alexander Holburn Beaudin & Lang LLP
A franchise business can be an extremely successful business model and is a common way to structure a business.
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