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Always Assume – Positive Covenants Do NOT Run with the Land – Updated
Two cases decided within the past year by the British Columbia Supreme Court reinforce the absolute necessity of ensuring that positive covenants contained in registered easements are assumed by a strata corporation created by the deposit of a strata plan...
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Terra Law is pleased to announce Allison Godey is now a Director of the firm.
Terra Law Corporation is pleased to announce that Allison Godey has been appointed as a director of the firm.
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Welcome Christopher Miller
Terra Law Corporation welcomes Christopher Miller as an associate lawyer.
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New Associate Lawyer joins Terra Law!
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Terra Law Celebrates Five Year Anniversary!
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Welcome to Virginia Wigmore!
Terra Law Corporation welcomes Virginia Wigmore as associate counsel, the newest member of its dynamic, talented team.
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Separate Consideration for Purchaser’s Conditions Precedent
Have you ever seen something like the following buried in a contract of purchase and sale and wondered what it is all about?
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$275,000 Pre-Sale Deposit Forfeited When Purchaser Backs Out
In Chen v. West Georgia Development Limited Partnership, 2017 BCSC 1293, the Supreme Court of British Columbia rejected all arguments put forward by the plaintiff in her claim for the return of a deposit paid to the defendant, a real...
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Bigger is not always better for law firms
There is a trend of law firms consolidating into multinational players, as seen earlier this year when Vancouver’s Bull Housser & Tupper LLP merged with the larger Norton Rose Fulbright.
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TERRA LAW IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT JONATHAN CARTER IS NOW A DIRECTOR OF THE FIRM.
Terra Law Corporation is pleased to announce that Jonathan Carter has been made a director of the firm. Jonathan’s practice focuses on commercial real estate development and he advises clients on matters relating to the acquisition
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