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By Samantha Ip
In the June 1999 edition of Construction Law Bulletin, Bruce Gleig introduced and summarized the Notice to Mediate (Residential Construction) Regulation. In this article, we bring to your attention the Notice to Mediate (General) Regulation, which became effective on February 15, 2001.
New Legislation - The British Columbia Electronic Transactions Act
The Electronic Transactions Act, S.B.C. 2001, c. 10 (the "ETA"), which came into force on April 19, 2001, is similar in intent and effect to legislation elsewhere in Canada and abroad. Its stated purpose was "to remove any uncertainty about the legality and enforceability of electronic transactions conducted in the province." This article is intended to introduce you to the legislation. It is not an in-depth review.
Construction Law Bulletin is produced by the Infrastructure, Construction & Procurement Group at Clark Wilson. The information and links in this bulletin should not be treated by readers as legal advice and ought not be relied upon without further, detailed legal counsel being sought.