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So the Judge Ruled Against You…Now What?

Should you find yourself in a position where a judge has ruled against you and you wish to have that decision reviewed by a higher court then you must: 1. Take Immediate Steps to File the Necessary Appeal Documents If you are seeking an appeal of a judge’s decision made at trial, you will hav...
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When owing property in British Columbia with one or more other persons, you can own that property either by way of Joint Tenancy or Tenancy in Common with your other co-owners but what exactly does this mean? 1.What is Tenancy-In-Common? Tenancy-In-Common is a form of co-ownership whereby each perso...
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What is a Committeeship

A committeeship is what occurs when someone is appointed to protect the interests of a adult who is incapable of managing his or her affairs (the “Patient”) or self.  The Patients Property Act of British Columbia (“the Act”) sets out a legal framework for the appointment of a commi...
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Resolutions Law Corporation is proud to report Andrew Rebane’s recent victory at the Court of Appeal in which the Court of Appeal refused to disturb the Trial Judge’s finding of credibility against Plaintiffs who were trying to overturn the Trial Judge’s decision dismissing a claim against And...
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What is a Power of Attorney?

A power of attorney is a legal document that gives a person the power to take care of another person’s financial and legal matters.   The person granting this power is called the “donor” while the person to whom the power is given is called the “attorney,”   A power of attor...
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