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Crane swing easements are definitely a nuisance

Canada - March 5 2018 Until recently, neighbours to a new development had a great deal of leverage when it came to the use of their airspace for crane swings. Until the...


Positive covenants are still unenforceable in B.C.

Canada - March 5 2018 A triad of cases were recently decided in British Columbia pertaining to whether positive covenants in the development context were enforceable. These...


Strata wind ups

Canada - March 5 2018 Until recently, terminating a condominium corporation required unanimous agreement (with one limited exception). As a result, few British Columbia...


The thin edge of the wedge: The Hampstead strata corporation wind-up

Canada - January 8 2018 The BC Supreme Court, for the first time under new legislative provisions, approved a wind-up of a strata corporation despite...

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This is What the New Condo Tribunal May Look Like

Canada - October 18 2017 There is still a fair bit of mystery surrounding the new Condo Tribunal, despite the fact that it is expected to open its doors in less than 2 weeks...