Newsletter: Knowledge Bytes
Botnet Takedown: First Warrant Issued under Canada’s Anti-spam Law
By Monica Sharma and Kelsey Marshall, Articled Student Canada’s anti-spam law (“CASL”) outlines violations, enforcement
Clark Wilson acted for Pure Multi-Family REIT LP (Pure) (TSXV: RUF.U, RUF.UN, RUF.DB.U; OTCQX: PMULF) in closing its bought-deal public offering of 4,884,000 Class A units, inclusive of 444,000 units issued pursuant to the full exercise of the over-allotment option, at a price of CDNS$7.64/unit, for gross proceeds of CDN$37.3 million. Vikram Dhir led the Clark Wilson deal team. See Pure's news release for more information.
Rosemary John was recently elected corporate secretary for the Mortgage Investment Association of British Columbia. MIABC is the leading professional organization within the mortgage lending sector in British Columbia. Congratulations to Rosemary on her well-deserved position.
Yesterday, BC announced that the property transfer tax for foreign buyers of residential property in the greater Vancouver region will increase to 15%. Sarah Jones explains that she cannot foresee foreign buyers challenging the tax because the "contract they signed into is not with the government." To learn more, read the full Vancouver Sun article.
The Law Society of BC and the Canadian Bar Association BC Branch have jointly appointed Amy Mortimore to the Board of Directors of the Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia. By leading industry courses, programs and publications, the CLEBC mandate is to meet the educational needs of the legal profession in BC. Congratulations to Amy on her well-earned position.
June 14, 2016High evidentiary threshold to rebut the presumption of resulting trust
I blogged a few years ago on the old law of presumption of advancement …