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2018 B.C. Budget: Real Property Implications
The NDP government in B.C. handed down its first full budget on February 20, 2018 and there were a number of initiatives that will affect the cost of acquisition and disposition of real property in B.C.
Canada
27 Feb 2018
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B.C. Introduces New Rules To End Real Estate "Shadow Flipping"
The British Columbia government has announced new rules aimed at ending the recently decried practice of shadow flipping of real estate contracts.
Canada
18 May 2016
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Changes To British Columbia Property Transfer Tax
On February 16, 2016, the British Columbia government released its 2016 budget.
Canada
23 Feb 2016
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The Value Of Real Property Assessments In British Columbia
Determining the value of real property is a fundamental concern to buyers, sellers and lenders.
Canada
12 Mar 2015
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BCCA Clarifies ‘Materiality’ Threshold For Purchaser’s Right To Rescind Under REDMA
A recent decision of the British Columbia Court of Appeal reaffirms the need to balance the interests of developers and purchasers under the B.C. Real Estate Development Marketing Act (REDMA) by clarifying the "materiality" threshold underlying a developer’s obligation to disclose facts and the concomitant right of a purchaser to rescind a purchase agreement for inadequate disclosure.
Canada
7 Mar 2014
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Mineral Tenure In British Columbia
British Columbia mineral tenure is governed by the provincial Crown administering the provisions of the British Columbia Mineral Tenure Act (Mineral Tenure Act).
Canada
12 Jul 2012
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Financing Implications
The financing of a project has an impact on the ability of a joint venture participant to transfer its interest in the project.
Canada
29 Oct 2010
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Variances and Similarities in The British Columbia Framework
British Columbia has a Torrens land registration system which ensures certainty of title through the principle of "indefeasible title" based on the land title registry. Instruments are endorsed and recorded on title to a property. A certificate of indefeasible title is issued which can be relied upon as the actual state of the title, absent fraud or notice of unregistered interests. Unlike in Ontario, there is usually no need to go through any steps relating to the certification of title.
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5 Apr 2006
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