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Pitblado LLP | Canada | 23 Aug 2017

Recent Changes to the Federal Skilled Worker Immigration (FSW) through Express Entry

The Government of Canada has immigration programs for various economic classes. The main objective is to select applicants on the basis of their…
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Pitblado LLP | Canada | 26 Jul 2017

Financing a commercial tenant's leasehold improvements

Many businesses operate, in whole or in part, out of leased premises. A business owner may lease fully developed and fully completed premises in an…
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Pitblado LLP | Canada | 20 Jul 2017

Beware of the possibility of new land use restrictions

You wish to buy land and develop some improvement(s) on it. You complete your purchase, take title and apply for a building permit to your local…
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Pitblado LLP | Canada | 28 Jun 2017

When is a release not a release?

Releases are commonly used to settle existing or anticipated disputes between two or more parties which involve (or may involve) their legal rights…
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Pitblado LLP | Canada | 8 Jun 2017

CASL's Private Right of Action Delayed Indefinitely

There's good news for businesses, related to Canada's Anti-Spam Law (CASL). As discussed in previous posts, CASL's private right of action was set to…
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Pitblado LLP | Canada | 17 May 2017

Easements of Necessity - Subdivisions, Access, and Proper Planning

Sometimes, in order to make full - or even some - desired usage of one's land, it is necessary for the landowner to be able to (legally) make use of…
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Pitblado LLP | Canada | 11 May 2017

Demystifying two key CASL milestones - and what you need to know about July 1, 2017

Canada turns 150 on July 1, 2017. That date also marks a milestone for Canada's Anti-Spam Law (CASL) - while few may be blowing out the candles for…
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Pitblado LLP | Canada | 9 May 2017

Privacy Breaches in Manitoba: A Mitigation and Prevention Primer

A privacy breach is typically defined as the unauthorized use of, or access to, personal information or personal health information. In most cases…
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Pitblado LLP | Canada | 4 May 2017

Estate Planning for Blended Families - Issues and Legal Considerations

The blended family (also known as a stepfamily) is a new type of family structure that emerged in the second half of the 20th century, following a…
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Pitblado LLP | Canada | 4 Apr 2017

Easements and Agreements: When the Affected Lands' Uses and/or the Underlying Circumstances Change

Where an easement is granted by a servient tenement owner ("Servient Owner") to an adjacent (or nearby) dominant tenement owner ("Dominant Owner")…
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