Brian Taylor is an associate counsel at the law firm of Bull, Housser & Tupper, where he has practiced for over 30 years. He has acted for the real estate profession for most of those 30 years providing advice and solicitor’s services to numerous real estate boards, as well as the British Columbia Real Estate Association. Brian has extensive experience in advising clients regarding the extent of the powers of statutory and self-regulating organizations and the exercise of both their regulatory and corporate functions
Brian drafted many of the standard forms currently used by the profession and was a member of BCREA's Standard Forms Committee for more than 17 years. He was instrumental in the creation of the assumed buyer agency model of representation introduced in 1994, and presently practiced in BC and throughout Canada, as well as the system of designated agency introduced in 2012.
Brian is a frequent instructor and lecturer to the real estate profession on a variety of issues including the agency responsibilities and fiduciary obligations of licensees.