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Annotations

Annotation tools allow you to post annotations throughout the legislation. Annotations can be saved as private (encrypted), organizational (only readable to those in your firm) or even shared with the QS community. The choice is up to you. Quickscribe's expert legal annotators will also contribute annotations for the benefit of all users.

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    With Quickscribe, you'll never have to question whether you are accessing the most current version of a law again. QS 2.0 provides access to laws that are updated weeks before any other source. How do we do it? Our system was built with the flexibility to allow us to post changes the same day they come into law. In fact, as a convenience to our clients, Quickscribe will routinely post early consolidations of key laws prior to coming into force. These early consolidations are rarely, if ever, found elsewhere.

  • Dynamic Annotations

    Whether you want to contribute and engage in the legislative discussions or simply benefit from reading the annotations made by others, Quickscribe's annotations deliver dynamic, value-added content that will enrich your legislative research experience.

    Quickscribe's ever-growing panel of hand-selected expert annotators contributes annotations throughout the legislation for the benefit of all users.

    You may also add your own annotations and save them as private (encrypted), organizational (only readable to those in your firm) or even shared with the QS community (moderated). The choice is up to you.

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  • Organizational KM Tools

    QS 2.0 allows you to share and contribute annotations and content for the benefit of others in your organization. Link building and document upload tools help to ensure annotations are dynamic and flexible enough to incorporate related documentation. Over time, these Organizational Annotations will add significant historical research value – a powerful contribution to the knowledge management of your organization.

Private Annotations

You can easily and securely create and save your own private annotations (PAs) throughout the legislation.

PAs are fully encrypted and can only be viewed by you. You can search, edit, manage and delete these as needed.

QS will even transfer your PAs over to a new account should you move to another organization. By default, all annotations are set to private.

Organizational Annotations

Organizational annotations (OAs) will help to facilitate collaborative discussion and awareness about legislative issues and cases that may be of interest to others in your organization.

OAs are fully encrypted and can only be read or shared by others in your organization. For larger organizations, OAs can be filtered and saved to subgroups. You can follow OAs posted by colleagues and reply to or share OAs within your organization at any time. Document upload and link-building tools make it easy to contribute to the Knowledge Management for your organization.

To save an annotation as an Organizational annotation, select "My Organization" when you go to save the annotation. The default is set to save annotations as Private.

Community Annotations

Quickscribe Community Annotations are posted for the benefit of all Quickscribe users. Saving your annotation as a QS Community (public) Annotation (QSCA) is a great way to share and contribute to the ever-growing, collaborative knowledge base that comprises all users.

For example, your research may have uncovered a valuable tip or reference to a case that might be of interest to others using Quickscribe. Other users may want to initiate a discussion relating to the interpretation of a vague reference in a proposed law. The Community annotations are intended to facilitate this type of content/discussion for the benefit of all users.

All QSCAs are moderated and reviewed prior to publishing. Portions of QS Community annotations may also be published to various public sites.

To save an annotation as an Organizational annotation, select "QS Community" when you go to save the annotation. The default is set to save annotations as Private.

What is an annotation?

Traditionally, an annotated law will include information about the application and intent behind the sections in a law. While many of the QS Community and Expert annotations will include these types of annotations, we have broadened the definition to also include references to:

By broadening the definition of an annotation, we can deliver a more dynamic, flexible and relevant research tool that will evolve over time and as laws change.

Types of Annotations

Quickscribe 2.0 offers you the ability to make and save annotations as Private (only readable by you) or Organizational (accessible to only those in your organization); both are encrypted. Annotations can also be posted to the Quickscribe Community. These are moderated and some restrictions apply. Quickscribe's Expert Annotators will contribute annotations for the benefit of all users.

In summary, an annotation is any note that offers additional substantive value for our users.

Annotations from our Quickscribe Experts

The Blueberry River First Nation unsuccessfully sought to enjoin the Crown from allowing any further development (logging and oil and gas development, processing and transportation) within portions (“critical areas”) of its traditional territories pending trial of its acti...

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Mark Oulton, Hunter Litigation Chambers on FOREST ACT

As with the definition of Employee, the definition of Employer will be accorded a liberal interpretation. The use of the word “includes” rather than “means” in its definition in the Employment Standards Act demonstrates that the Legislature has intentionally left this ...

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Daniel Sorensen, Sorensen Smith LLP on EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ACT

In a judicial review of a decision of the Environmental Appeal Board, the BC Court of Appeal interpreted the provisions of the Partnership Act pertaining to limited partnerships.

The Court of Appeal concluded that:

1. a limited partnership is not a legal entity;

2. a limi...

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Melanie Harmer, McMillan LLP on PARTNERSHIP ACT

Effective August 1, 2017, the prescribed special projects will be specified in Section 9 of the Petroleum and Natural Gas General Regulation.

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Paul Wilson, Fasken Martineau on PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS ACT

Assam Co. India Ltd. v. Canoro Resources Ltd., 2014 BCSC 370 at para. 42

Principles under this provision include that:

1. Broad deference and respect is to be accorded to international arbitration tribunals;

2. This Court is generally not empowered to scrutinize the arb...

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Joe McArthur, BLAKE, CASSELS & GRAYDON LLP on INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION ACT

This section should be taken at face value, which means that the 30-day period is unique to each member receiving a LITB. For example, if an administrator gets a "bounce back" and have to send out the statement again, the 30-day period does not start till the member actually g...

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Murray Campbell, Lawson Lundell LLP on PENSION BENEFITS STANDARDS REGULATION 71/2015

Scott v. College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia, 2016 BCCA 180: Section 35 of the Health Professions Act permits an inquiry committee to impose limits or conditions on the practice of the designated health profession by the registrant or suspend the registration of ...

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Guy Brown, Harper Grey LLP on HEALTH PROFESSIONS ACT

It is not clear if the limitation period on distributing the estate applies when no application has been made, or will ever be made, for a representation grant.

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Emma McArthur, Farris, Vaughan, Wills & Murphy LLP on WILLS, ESTATES AND SUCCESSION ACT

When an 'expert' is issued a subpoena to testify to facts as opposed to opinion evidence they are entitled to no more conduct money than any other witness of fact.

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Erik Magraken, MacIsaac & Company on SUPREME COURT CIVIL RULES (B.C. Reg. 168/2009)

The Wildfire Act and this regulation mandate a proactive approach to the prevention of wildfires, and requires an active presence at each site of dangerous activity contemplated in Section 6(3). A person carrying out a high risk activity may rely upon a single firewatcher to ...

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Jeff Waatainen, DLA Piper LLP on WILDFIRE REGULATION 38/2005

As with the definition of Employee, the definition of Employer will be accorded a liberal interpretation. The use of the word “includes” rather than “means” in its definition in the Employment Standards Act demonstrates that the Legislature has intentionally left this ...

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Daniel Sorensen, Sorensen Smith LLP on EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ACT

Forjay Management Ltd. v. Peeverconn Properties Inc., 2018 BCCA 188, addresses a number of issues raised by this troublesome section, including the proper interpretation of sub-ss. 193(b) and (c), in the context of a receivership. The Court also held that even though these we...

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Greg GEHLEN, GEHLEN DABBS LAWYERS on BANKRUPTCY AND INSOLVENCY ACT [FEDERAL]

The recent decision of the Nisga'a Lisims Government v. Nisga'a Valley Health Authority 2017 BCSC 2363 involved a validation of a vote taken at a members' meeting of the Health Authority. The defect was that the Health Authority's Bylaws required a vote to be taken by a show ...

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Margaret Mason, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP on SOCIETIES ACT

This section was applied by the court in the case of Al-Sabah Estate, 2015 BCSC 1781. In that case a grant of administration had issued to an administrator who was found to have failed to give proper notice to the beneficiaries and to have failed to advise the court of the he...

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Genevieve Taylor, Legacy Tax & Trust Lawyers LLP on WILLS, ESTATES AND SUCCESSION ACT

The test for discrimination in services proceeds in two steps.

First, a complainant must prove a case of prima facie discrimination, namely that:

(1) they have a characteristic protected by the Human Rights Code;

(2) they experienced an adverse impact with respect to the s...

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Devyn Cousineau, Human Rights Tribunal on HUMAN RIGHTS CODE

Under s. 22(3), the reasons for delay are relevant. The Tribunal may also take into account the gaps in its jurisprudence, on the one hand, and the existence of good precedents, on the other hand, in determining whether to permit a complaint to proceed.

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Katherine Hardie, Human Rights Tribunal on HUMAN RIGHTS CODE

The standard of care of the owner developer while the owner developer is in charge of the strata corporation (prior to the first annual general meeting) has been considered by the courts in cases where the owner developer causes the strata corporation to enter into agreements ...

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Mary Brunton, Reed Pope Law Corporation on STRATA PROPERTY ACT

The South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority is authorized by Part 3.1 of the South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority Act to impose development cost charges to assist with the capital costs of providing, constructing, altering or expanding assets, fa...

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Bill Buholzer, Young Anderson on LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT

A right of first refusal can create an interest in land. See: Alim Holdings Ltd. v. Tom Howe Holdings Ltd., 2016 BCCA 84, para. 38.

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Peter Roberts, Lawson Lundell LLP on PROPERTY LAW ACT

In Kerfoot v. Richter, 2018 BCCA 238, the Court of Appeal confirmed that the test pursuant to both this 25-14 (8) and Rule 22-1(7)(d) to convert a petition to an action is "whether, on the relevant facts and applicable law, there is a bona fide triable issue." The judge hearin...

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Stanley Rule, Sabey Rule LLP on SUPREME COURT CIVIL RULES (B.C. Reg. 168/2009)

Temporary layoffs are considered in the May 2018 issue of The Advocate. See Bhalloo, S. and Holbrook, H., "Temporary Layoff: A Comparitive Review of the Law in British Columbia and Alberta" (2018) 76 Advocate 361-377.

See also s. 72(1)(a) of the Employment Standards Act in...

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Michael Bain, Hamilton Howell Bain & Gould on EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ACT

This subsection was applied in Bach Estate, 2017 BCSC 548, to give effect to the gift of the residue of the will-maker's estate to one of his sisters, despite the fact that one of the witnesses was the beneficiary's spouse. Mr. Justice Kelleher considered the jurisprudence und...

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Stanley Rule, Sabey Rule LLP on WILLS, ESTATES AND SUCCESSION ACT

It is not clear if the limitation period on distributing the estate applies when no application has been made, or will ever be made, for a representation grant.

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Emma McArthur, Farris, Vaughan, Wills & Murphy LLP on WILLS, ESTATES AND SUCCESSION ACT

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Kimberly Jakeman, Harper Grey LLP on HEALTH PROFESSIONS ACT

In Gehring v. Chevron, 2006 BCSC 1639, the BC Supreme Court found that the definition of person causes directors and officers (and employees and agents) of a person to automatically constitute responsible persons where the corporate person is a 'responsible person'. For the pu...

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Richard Bereti, Harper Grey LLP on ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ACT

This provision has the same effect as section 33(5.1) of the old PBSA, which came into force on July 15, 1999. This means that since July 15, 1999 a BC DC RPP may require that terminated members take their account balances out of the plan.

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Murray Campbell, Lawson Lundell LLP on PENSION BENEFITS STANDARDS ACT

Temporary layoffs are considered in the May 2018 issue of The Advocate. See Bhalloo, S. and Holbrook, H., "Temporary Layoff: A Comparitive Review of the Law in British Columbia and Alberta" (2018) 76 Advocate 361-377.

See also s. 72(1)(a) of the Employment Standards Act in...

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Michael Bain, Hamilton Howell Bain & Gould on EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ACT

An “after work” fire watch required under Schedule 3 of the Wildfire Regulation, B.C. Reg. 38/2005, O.C. 94/2005, at a worksite where high-risk activity occurs must begin after all work has ended, and not just the high-risk activity: British Columbia v. Canadian Forest Pro...

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OnPoint Legal Research, Onpoint Legal Research Law Corporation on WILDFIRE REGULATION 38/2005

Assam Co. India Ltd. v. Canoro Resources Ltd., 2014 BCSC 370 at para. 42

Principles under this provision include that:

1. Broad deference and respect is to be accorded to international arbitration tribunals;

2. This Court is generally not empowered to scrutinize the arb...

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Joe McArthur, BLAKE, CASSELS & GRAYDON LLP on INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION ACT

An alleged continuing contravention must set out an arguable contravention of the Code, that is, facts which, if proved, could contravene the Code.

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Katherine Hardie, Human Rights Tribunal on HUMAN RIGHTS CODE

The Police Act, RSBC 1996 c. 367, permits the Police Complaint Commissioner to order an external investigation into matters that have already been the subject of an internal discipline proceeding: Elsner v. British Columbia (Police Complaint Commissioner), 2018 BCCA 147

For...

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OnPoint Legal Research, Onpoint Legal Research Law Corporation on POLICE ACT ARCHIVE

The term “production capacity” for a mine refers to the proponent’s intended production capacity rather than a theoretical maximum production for the purposes of a “reviewable project” classification.

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Robin Longe, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP on REVIEWABLE PROJECTS REGULATION 370/2002

If a Plaintiff purchases "After the Event" Insurance that is a factor a Court can consider under this subsection.

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Erik Magraken, MacIsaac & Company on SUPREME COURT CIVIL RULES (B.C. Reg. 168/2009)

Bill 15 recognizes that there are reasons beyond contravention that may necessitate cancelling or suspending a special project designation- such as the designation having been spent or, in the current environment, being no longer appropriate. Many designations were in place fo...

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Anita Mathur, BC Oil & Gas Commission on OIL AND GAS ACTIVITIES ACT

In Abbass v. The Western Health Care Corporation, 2017 NLCA 24, the Court discussed adequacy of reasons for detention provided on the certificate for involuntary admission, observing that the certificate “is not merely a piece of paper that evidences a decision that has been...

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Laura Johnston, Community Legal Assistance Society on MENTAL HEALTH ACT

Section 1(1): In Duncan v Lessing, 2018 BCCA 9, the Court of Appeal considered the application of the Privacy Act to the disclosure of private information of a party obtained by a lawyer acting against that party in litigation. The information was disclosed outside the litigat...

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Eileen Vanderburgh, AHBL Management Limited Partnership on PRIVACY ACT

In C.S.M. v W.S.L., a case between and adult child and a payor father, the Provincial Court determined that an RESP fund is property rather than a special expenses, and as such is "an asset to be dealt with under the division of property in the respective parts of the FLA," ov...

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John-Paul Boyd, John-Paul Boyd Arbitration Chambers on FAMILY LAW ACT

A voir dire in the trial of Dimitrijevic v Pavlovich addressed the admissibiilty of a "critique report" on the purported deficiencies of a parenting assessment. The law in British Columbia on rebuttal reports has been distinctly unfavourable since the 2010 decision of Burnyeat...

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John-Paul Boyd, John-Paul Boyd Arbitration Chambers on FAMILY LAW ACT

A pecuniary interest, whether direct or indirect, cannot be inferred from the mere existence of a family relationship. In Fairbrass v. Hansma, 2010 BCCA 319, the court refused to find an indirect pecuniary interest on the part of the mayor in a vote on a rezoning bylaw. The ma...

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Michael Hargraves, Stewart McDannold Stuart on COMMUNITY CHARTER

Decisions of the Chief Inspector are to be reviewed on a standard of reasonableness.

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Robin Longe, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP on MINES ACT

As Rob Miller has correctly pointed out, there appears to be an issue with the wording in this section. The sentence likely should include "of the" between "portion" and "highway".

Because this wording is also reflected in the official source, the change may need to be made l...

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Michael Pasta, Quickscribe Services Ltd. on MOTOR VEHICLE ACT REGULATIONS 26/58

Bill 15 recognizes that there are reasons beyond contravention that may necessitate cancelling or suspending a special project designation- such as the designation having been spent or, in the current environment, being no longer appropriate. Many designations were in place fo...

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Anita Mathur, BC Oil & Gas Commission on OIL AND GAS ACTIVITIES ACT

The BC Court of Appeal recently considered the meaning of “fair market value” and the proper weight to be given to the opinion of the trustee in bankruptcy on that issue: Randen v. HPCB-Online. Although Randen dealt with the now-repealed section 100, the similar wording o...

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Greg GEHLEN, GEHLEN DABBS LAWYERS on BANKRUPTCY AND INSOLVENCY ACT [FEDERAL]

Section 473(1)(f) requires each official community plan to contain policy statements and map designations respecting the approximate location and type of present and proposed public facilities, including parks. Section 510(2)(b) tracks this wording very closely in relation to ...

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Bill Buholzer, Young Anderson on LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT

A pecuniary interest, whether direct or indirect, cannot be inferred from the mere existence of a family relationship. In Fairbrass v. Hansma, 2010 BCCA 319, the court refused to find an indirect pecuniary interest on the part of the mayor in a vote on a rezoning bylaw. The ma...

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Michael Hargraves, Stewart McDannold Stuart on COMMUNITY CHARTER

Section 2(3)(b): In Duncan v Lessing, 2018 BCCA 9, the Court of Appeal considered the application of the Privacy Act to the disclosure of private information in the litigation process, specifically through the delivery of application materials seeking production of documents ...

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Eileen Vanderburgh, AHBL Management Limited Partnership on PRIVACY ACT

The Blueberry River First Nation unsuccessfully sought to enjoin the Crown from allowing any further development (logging and oil and gas development, processing and transportation) within portions (“critical areas”) of its traditional territories pending trial of its acti...

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Mark Oulton, Hunter Litigation Chambers on FOREST ACT

In Abbass v. The Western Health Care Corporation, 2017 NLCA 24, the Court found that the availability of a statutory review mechanism by a tribunal of the need for continued detention did not constitute a complete, comprehensive and expert procedure that justified a superior c...

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Laura Johnston, Community Legal Assistance Society on MENTAL HEALTH ACT

The recent decision of the Nisga'a Lisims Government v. Nisga'a Valley Health Authority 2017 BCSC 2363 involved a validation of a vote taken at a members' meeting of the Health Authority. The defect was that the Health Authority's Bylaws required a vote to be taken by a show ...

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Margaret Mason, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP on SOCIETIES ACT

In a judicial review of a decision of the Environmental Appeal Board, the BC Court of Appeal interpreted the provisions of the Partnership Act pertaining to limited partnerships.

The Court of Appeal concluded that:

1. a limited partnership is not a legal entity;

2. a limi...

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Melanie Harmer, McMillan LLP on PARTNERSHIP ACT

British Columbia v. Philip Morris International, Inc., 2018 SCC 36, for the purposes of interpreting Section 2(5)(b) of the Tobacco Damages and Health Care Costs Recovery Act: “health care records and documents of particular individual insured persons” means clinical recor...

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Kimberly Jakeman, Harper Grey LLP on TOBACCO DAMAGES AND HEALTH CARE COSTS RECOVERY ACT

As Rob Miller has correctly pointed out, there appears to be an issue with the wording in this section. The sentence likely should include "of the" between "portion" and "highway".

Because this wording is also reflected in the official source, the change may need to be made l...

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Michael Pasta, Quickscribe Services Ltd. on MOTOR VEHICLE ACT REGULATIONS 26/58

The Court, in The Owners, Strata Plan LMS1495 v. 0753874 B.C. Ltd., 2015 BCSC 2124, found that all subsequent purchasers of the owner developer inherit the obligations of the “owner developer” under Part 13 of the Act (Phased Strata Plans) including the owner developer obl...

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Mary Brunton, Reed Pope Law Corporation on STRATA PROPERTY ACT

A right of first refusal can create an interest in land. See: Alim Holdings Ltd. v. Tom Howe Holdings Ltd., 2016 BCCA 84, para. 38.

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Peter Roberts, Lawson Lundell LLP on PROPERTY LAW ACT

Scott v. College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia, 2016 BCCA 180: Section 35 of the Health Professions Act permits an inquiry committee to impose limits or conditions on the practice of the designated health profession by the registrant or suspend the registration of ...

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Guy Brown, Harper Grey LLP on HEALTH PROFESSIONS ACT

The Wildfire Act and this regulation mandate a proactive approach to the prevention of wildfires, and requires an active presence at each site of dangerous activity contemplated in Section 6(3). A person carrying out a high risk activity may rely upon a single firewatcher to ...

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Jeff Waatainen, DLA Piper LLP on WILDFIRE REGULATION 38/2005

In the recent decision of Marchant v. Morrow, 2017 BCSC 1138, the defendant sought to dismiss the plaintiff’s claim by way of a summary trial under Rule 9-7 of the BC Supreme Court Civil Rules. The plaintiff commenced a cost recovery claim under the Environmental Management ...

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Richard Bereti, Harper Grey LLP on ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ACT

Effective August 1, 2017, the prescribed special projects will be specified in Section 9 of the Petroleum and Natural Gas General Regulation.

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Paul Wilson, Fasken Martineau on PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS ACT

“Occupational association” is defined in s. 1 of the Code to mean “an organization, other than a trade union or employers’ organization, in which membership is a prerequisite to carrying on a trade, occupation or profession”.

The Human Rights Tribunal has found the...

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Devyn Cousineau, Human Rights Tribunal on HUMAN RIGHTS CODE

AC Ltd. was a mortgage investment corporation ("MIC"). An MIC is an entity that operates as a corporate conduit for profit and loss passing directly to its investors. Former shareholders of AC Ltd. sued the defendant, a company engaged by AC Ltd. to manage AC's investments, cl...

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Debby Cumberford, Deborah M. Cumberford on BUSINESS CORPORATIONS ACT

This is a very useful provision for treaty First Nations, because it confirms that these types of dedications do not operate to convey title to the Crown - title to the dedicated land remains vested in the First Nation.

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John Doolan, Miller Thomson LLP on LAND TITLE ACT

This is a very useful provision for treaty First Nations, because it confirms that these types of dedications do not operate to convey title to the Crown - title to the dedicated land remains vested in the First Nation.

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John Doolan, Miller Thomson LLP on LAND TITLE ACT

This section was applied by the court in the case of Al-Sabah Estate, 2015 BCSC 1781. In that case a grant of administration had issued to an administrator who was found to have failed to give proper notice to the beneficiaries and to have failed to advise the court of the he...

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Genevieve Taylor, Legacy Tax & Trust Lawyers LLP on WILLS, ESTATES AND SUCCESSION ACT

AC Ltd. was a mortgage investment corporation ("MIC"). An MIC is an entity that operates as a corporate conduit for profit and loss passing directly to its investors. Former shareholders of AC Ltd. sued the defendant, a company engaged by AC Ltd. to manage AC's investments, cl...

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Debby Cumberford, Deborah M. Cumberford on BUSINESS CORPORATIONS ACT