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The unanimous July 14, 2011 Supreme Court of Canada decision in Schreyer v. Schreyer (2011) SCC 35 is the latest case to show the even more difficult circumstances in which parties to a marital breakdown can find themselves when one of them becomes bankrupt. It also highlights the challenges which arise from the constitutional division of powers in Canada, and hence the differing outcomes which can arise from things such as where the parties reside at the time of their divorce.
Exemptions, Exemptions, wherefore are Thow? (with apologies to Shakespeare) - An analysis of the November 17, 2010 BC Court Decision in which the decision throws doubt on how exemptions under the BC Court Order Enforsement Act have been handled heretofore. - by Kimberly S. Campbell, Barrister and Solicitor (December 20, 2010).
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Taking it all Away -
Traps set for Debtors Trying to Dodge the Taxman - by Katherine M. Wellburn, of Dickson Murray (Insolvency and Restructuring Conference September 18-19, 2008) More about Katherine M. Wellburn
How to Maximize Damage Recovery - by John A. Sutherland, who practices personal injury law in Calgary. (December, 2004)
Agriculture and Food Law Summary - by Prof. Don Buckingham, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. (October, 2004)
Downloading Music from the Internet - by Corey Bergstein, who practices Intellectual Property Law in Toronto. (October, 2003)
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