Representations Regarding Property Boundaries #428

Legally Speaking

By Edward L. Wilson Lawson Lundell LLP A REALTOR® should always take care when making any representation about the boundaries of a parcel of land. The location of buildings, fencing, landscaping, sidewalks and roads are often misleading indicators of a property’s true boundaries.  In a recent decision,1 the court considered a case where the buyers, in

Issues for Developers, Easements and Subdivision Plans #11

Legally Speaking

By Gerry NeelyB.A. LL.B. You own seventeen acres of vacant land in West Vancouver for which you have obtained approval of a plan of subdivision which requires the dedication of a road along the northern boundary of your property. Your problem is an easement crossing the area of the proposed road, in favour of the