McLeod Law Celebrates 40 Years
When we began making plans for McLeod Law’s 40th anniversary, who would have imagined the year would be defined by a global pandemic? ...Read More
Robin G. Lokhorst
People in Condominiums are often confused when a flood happens. Why does the Condominium Corporation have to get involved? Why isn’t it up to that Owner alone to ﬁx the problem and repair the damage?
The Secure And Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act of 2021 ensures access to financial services to legitimate cannabis-related businesses.
For the first time in decades, Alberta is making major updates to its builders’ lien legislation. Builders’ liens exist to protect a contractor or subcontractor who provides labour or materials and does not get paid.
The Alberta Securities Commission (ASC) and the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority (FCAA) of Saskatchewan have adopted a new prospectus exemption effective March 31, 2021 as a 3-year pilot project for Self-Certified Investors. The exemption is intended to facilitate better access to capital for issuers and create enhanced opportunity for participation in the exempt markets by investors that do not fit the eligibility requirements of an accredited investor.
Details of the new exemption are set out in CSA Multilateral Notice of Implementation 45-538 Self-Certified Investor Prospectus Exemption.
The Government has passed new Legislation that allows for Virtual Meetings for your Condominium Corporation. The Legislation is retroactive to August 15, 2020 to protect those of you who held a General Meeting since then, and ensures that the business you conducted at that meeting was valid.