Mary A. M. Brunton, founder and partner of the Victoria law firm Reed Pope, will act as Quickscribe’s annotator in the area of Strata Property Law. Mary has 29 years of experience in the legal community, including 19 years in private practice. Her practice areas include real estate development, strata law and corporate/commercial dispute resolution and she is a multi-faceted practitioner in both the Business and Land Development departments. Mary has particular proficiency in BC’s statutory framework and regularly advises clients on the application of statutory requirements as well as statutory compliance.
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