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Dentons | Canada | 3 May 2022

BC Court of Appeal Clarifies: Land on Which Improvement is Not Located is not Lienable

On March 1, 2022, the BC Court of Appeal released its decision in the highly anticipated case of JVD Installations Inc. v Skookum Creek Power…
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McCarthy Tétrault LLP | Canada | 3 May 2022

B.C. Court of Appeal confirms certification judge must actively weigh statutory factors in assessing preferability of class proceeding

In Lewis v. WestJet Airlines Ltd, 2022 BCCA 145 (“Lewis”), the British Columbia Court of Appeal confirmed every factor in s. 4(2) of the Class…
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McCarthy Tétrault LLP | USA | 3 May 2022

B.C. Court of Appeal Clarifies the Amount of Security That May Be Ordered When Cancelling a Certificate of Pending Litigation

The B.C. Court of Appeal’s recent decision in Wosnack v. Ficych, 2022 BCCA 139 clarifies that the amount of security a B.C. Court may order a…
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McCarthy Tétrault LLP | Canada | 20 Apr 2022

B.C. Court of Appeal Confirms That Claims Bound to Break Down into Individualized Inquiries Cannot be Certified in a Class Action

The B.C. Court of Appeal’s recent decision in Ewert v. Canada (Attorney General), 2022 BCCA 131 provides an important reminder that claims bound to…
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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 19 Apr 2022

Case Summary: Freedom of religion not engaged in small-scale hydroelectric project

A civil engineer, Mr. Redmond, was denied approval to build a small-scale hydroelectric project because of the impact it was going to have on the…
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Torkin Manes LLP | Canada | 13 Apr 2022

Lying low may not be the best course of action when it comes to temporary spousal support claims

Spousal support is one of the most discretionary areas of Family Law. The issue can become even more complex when a spouse claims retroactive support…
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Stikeman Elliott LLP | Canada | 13 Apr 2022

British Columbia Court of Appeal Says Shotgun Offer Can’t Be Revoked

Be careful before you pull the trigger - this is the main takeaway from the recent decision of Blackmore Management Inc. v. Carmanah Management…
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Osler Hoskin & Harcourt LLP | Canada | 8 Apr 2022

Give it your best shot(gun): Lessons from B.C. Court of Appeal decision on the irrevocability of “shotgun offers”

Take care when triggering a shotgun clause. Take even greater care when agreeing to extend an election period under such a clause. As Blackmore…
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Pallett Valo LLP | Canada | 5 Apr 2022

Why Do We Have Deposits?

When buying real property, purchasers typically submit a deposit with their offer to purchase. The deposit is considered part of the purchase price…
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McCarthy Tétrault LLP | Canada | 30 Mar 2022

B.C. Court of Appeal Decision Illustrates Distinction Between Factual and Legal Causation in Negligence Cases

The B.C. Court of Appeal’s recent decision in Tellini v. Bell Alliance illustrates how proving causation in negligence cases is not always easy…
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