Municipal Bylaw

Licensee’s Duty to Know Effect of Municipal or Other Governmental Land Use Laws #380

Legally Speaking

By Gerry NeelyB.A. LL.B. The decision in Legally Speaking 379, that the representative had a duty to know the relationship between the building code and municipal bylaws concerning inspections and permits, is one of several decisions examining circumstances where the representative had a duty to know municipal bylaws. Here are three more examples. A representative advertised that

Principal Residence – Calculations and Exemptions #147

Legally Speaking

By Gerry NeelyB.A. LL.B. A taxpayer bought a home and occupied it as his principal residence for 18 months and then rented one-third of it for 46 months. He then sold the home for a gain of $52,000, which the Minister of National Revenue (MNR) taxed as a capital gain. The taxpayer appealed successfully and

Prospectus and Court Ordered Sales #80

Legally Speaking

By Gerry NeelyB.A. LL.B. By the time this is published, we hope that Bill 66, The Real Estate Amendment Act (No. 2) 1985,* has been proclaimed. If it has and the Superintendent has made available the form and contents he will require for a disclosure statement, then the long wait to obtain approval of a prospectus, which