Author: Patrick Bobyn

Patrick Bobyn’s practice areas are primarily business law, real estate, and financial institution security. Patrick focuses on providing efficient, effective and cost-friendly services to his clients. He places an emphasis…

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The B.C. government is taking over the running of the provincial homeowner grant from municipalities.
Corporate interest holders in British Columbia are now likely familiar with the recently introduced disclosure requirements implemented by the province for companies.
Recent changes under the Business Corporations Act (British Columbia) as of June 30, 2020 have resulted in the formation of a new type of company know as a “benefit company”.
This article is part of a series of articles that document some key considerations about franchising, including some of the pitfalls and the opportunities which our firm has seen and advised upon over the past two years.
The following article is part one of a series of articles that document some key considerations about franchising.
Earlier this month the provincial government’s Office of the Superintendent of Real Estate published proposed rule changes to the Real Estate Services Act.

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