Category Archives: Property

Confidentiality Agreements and Brokerage Opportunities in the Context of the Sale of Oil and Gas Properties

By: Nigel Bankes PDF Version: Confidentiality Agreements and Brokerage Opportunities in the Context of the Sale of Oil and Gas Properties Case Commented On: Beaumont Resources Ltd. v Cardinal Energy Ltd., 2017 ABCA 416 (CanLII), aff’g unreported reasons for judgment of … Continue reading

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An Unseverable Joint Tenancy: Intentions of the Donor or a Question of Law?

By: Nigel Bankes PDF Version: An Unseverable Joint Tenancy: Intentions of the Donor or a Question of Law? Case Commented On: Pohl v Midtal, 2017 ABQB 711 (CanLII) In this decision Justice Rita Khullar concludes that when a parent makes an … Continue reading

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The Cost of Cohabitation Agreements: Considering Property Division Laws for Unmarried Cohabitants

By: Kyle Gardiner PDF Version: The Cost of Cohabitation Agreements: Considering Property Division Laws for Unmarried Cohabitants Report Commented On: Alberta Law Reform Institute, Property Division: Living Together Before Marriage, Report for Discussion No. 31  On September 29, 2017, the Alberta … Continue reading

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Property Division: Living Together Before Marriage

By: Genevieve Tremblay-McCaig PDF Version: Property Division: Living Together Before Marriage Report Commented On: Alberta Law Reform Institute, Property Division: Living Together before Marriage, Report for Discussion 31 The Alberta Law Reform Institute (ALRI) is considering changes to property division rules … Continue reading

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Clarified: The Rebuttable Presumption of a Purchase Money Resulting Trust

By: Jonnette Watson Hamilton PDF Version: Clarified: The Rebuttable Presumption of a Purchase Money Resulting Trust Case Commented On: Singh v Kaler, 2017 ABCA 275 (CanLII) Singh v Kaler is a useful case for two purposes. First, it clearly describes the … Continue reading

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