Written by Bishop & McKenzie's Victoria Kubinski with editing by Victoria Lee, our newest In Other Words article reviews a recent Supreme Court decision that will impact the oil and gas industry in terms of environmental liability.
Written by Bishop & McKenzie's Ksena J. Court and Francis N.J. Taman, our newest In Other Words article reviews case law and provides insight into the rights of creditors.
Written by Bishop & McKenzie's Ksena J. Court and Francis N.J. Taman, our newest In Other Words article describes the complexity of collectible fees, charges or interest on mortgage terms as outlined in the Interest Act.
Our newest In Other Words article is a breakdown of a specific case involving line of credit mortgages. Penned by Bishop & McKenzie’s Ksena J. Court and Francis N.J. Taman, it provides an analysis of Bank of Nova Scotia v. Mawer, and whether a judgment can be obtained for lender clients.
The newest In Other Words publication covers the complex environment of bankruptcy and mortgagees’ roles in bankruptcy proceedings. Written by Bishop & McKenzie’s Ksena J. Court and Francis N.J. Taman, it summarizes case law and provides insight into the rights of creditors.
Death affects more than close family — it can often leave creditors out of luck. In our newest In Other Words entry, Ksena J. Court and Francis N.J. Taman explore a case where, after the deaths of two doctors, their creditors were left with no way to collect their debt. It also notes how such a situation may be avoided.
As part of our In Other Words series, Bishop & McKenzie presents “Take it to the Limit[ation],” by Francis N.J. Taman and Ksena J. Court. The article explores the multifaceted world of mortgages, foreclosures and the intricacies therein. It is valuable for mortgagors and mortgagees alike.
Anyone who has lived in a condominium will admit that condo fees are often confusing to navigate. In our latest In Other Words entry, Bishop & McKenzie’s Ksena J. Court and Francis N. J. Taman explain the intricacies of condo fees.
Scams and schemes are abundant, deceiving people every day, often for thousands of dollars. In Bishop & McKenzie’s newest In Other Words article, Francis N.J. Taman and Ksena J. Court explain the dangers of “straw man” schemes and cite a complex Calgary case involving a property and thousands of dollars. The moral? If it sounds too good to be true, look into it.
Your business, like any successful business, works because of the personal relationships you have built within it: relationships founded on trust, respect, and hard work. Your employees are part of a valued and dedicated team. In a perfect world, nothing would ever disrupt this happy arrangement.