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DBM Law Blog

Our law firm blog is your legal information resource for the latest tips, news, and legal information online. Using the categories on this page, you can navigate to the area of practice you are most interested in. Whether you are searching for information regarding Family Law, Business Law, Real Estate Law, Personal Injury Law, or anything in between, our law firm blog offers a wealth of information to browse.

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Real Estate Law 2021/02/19

JOINT TENANCY VS TENANCY-IN-COMMON

FIVE THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN DECIDING HOW TO OWN A PROPERTY WITH ANOTHER PERSON When you purchase a property in BC with another person (or other people), you can own that property in one of two ways: Joint Tenancy or Tenancy-In-Common. When making that decision, consider these five issues. 1. What is Tenancy-In-Common? Tenancy-In-Common is … Continued

General Litigation 2020/10/15

When to Call a Litigation Lawyer

Whether you are involved in a legal dispute with your neighbour, your employer, or your insurer—a general litigation lawyer is always worth calling. Litigation can apply to any legal dispute between parties. Everything from tenancy disputes to the breaking of contracts can result in litigation. If you are involved in a legal dispute that you … Continued

Personal Injury Law 2020/06/15

Underinsured Motorist Protection

If you are injured in a motor vehicle accident, caused by an individual who has limited or no insurance, or involved in a hit-and-run where you cannot find the driver, British Columbia has a statutory program put in place which allows for the compensation to be awarded regardless of no insurance or limited insurance. Section … Continued

Criminal Law 2020/05/27

Delay and COVID-19

Section 11(b) of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms provides people accused of a crime with the right to be tried within a reasonable time.  Most recently, the Supreme Court of Canada has interpreted this in the case of R. v. Jordan 2016 SCC 27 to mean that people charged in Provincial Court should have … Continued

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