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  • Barbeau Evans LLP – Fall 2017 Law BriefOctober 21, 2017

    To learn more about Multiple Wills and Probate Fees in British Columbia, the Foreign Buyer’s Tax, Anti-SPAM Law and the suspension of the Private Right of Action, as well recent developments at Barbeau Evans LLP, please see the: Barbeau Evans LLP – Fall 2017 Law Brief. If you require legal advice or … Read more »

  • Canadian Charity ComplianceOctober 10, 2017

    The Canada Revenue Agency (“CRA”) has produced a number of charitable registration and charity compliance videos, that are very helpful for Canadian charities dealing with the following issues: How Do I Chose the Right Charity; Gifting and Receipting; Charities and their Participation in Political A … Read more »

  • Joanna Elliott, BBA, LL.B. (Hons) Joins Barbeau Evans LLPOctober 5, 2017

    Joanna Elliott is the newest addition to our team, joining our firm in September of 2017 as a Legal Assistant.  Joanna is a recent international Law School graduate, who is currently working through the accreditation process to becoming a practicing Canadian lawyer, in the Province of British Columb … Read more »

  • Foreign Buyer Tax – An Australian PerspectiveSeptember 11, 2017

    British Columbia and Ontario have both recently instituted a Foreign Buyers Tax (B.C.) (the “FBT”) and a Non Resident Speculation Tax (Ontario) (the “NRST”), in an effort to address escalating home price and, arguably, the general supply imbalance.  In British Columbia, the FBT is a 15.00% tax that … Read more »

  • Multiple Wills and Probate Fees in British ColumbiaJune 20, 2017

    Multiple Wills have been utilized for multi-jurisdictional estate planning for a very long time. More recently, multiple Wills have been utilized in the Province of Ontario, for managing Probate Fees which are calculated on the value of the estate assets subject to the Grant of Probate. In short, th … Read more »