Author: Eric Ledding

Eric is a senior civil and commercial litigation lawyer who assists his clients in a broad range of litigation matters such as business, property and contract disputes.  He also provides…

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The starting point for determining the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants under a commercial lease is the written lease agreement.
The BC Court of Appeal has pronounced a new decision which lenders in BC and their lawyers will want to be aware of.
When you have a debt claim, a first major consideration is obviously how you can collect the amount you are owed cost-effectively.
Years back when I was going through the steps of obtaining my full motorcycle licence in British Columbia, I was surprised about how many people I spoke with that rode
In my foreclosure practice, typically the material circumstances have already been cast in stone by the time a client comes to see me about going to court.
Hopefully, if you have the misfortune to be injured in a motor vehicle accident, then you are not at fault for the accident and you are able to identify the
When a purchaser borrows funds to purchase real property (i.e. land and any buildings or structures attached to the land), most arm’s length lenders will require a personal promise to
At some point in your life, you have undoubtedly heard someone threaten to sue someone else

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