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  1. A peek at the dissolution of a corporation

    A peek at the dissolution of a corporation

    Business corporations in the Province of Quebec are created and governed under one of two of the following legislations: the Canada Business Corporations Act, a federal law; or under Quebec’s provincial legislation, the Business Corporations Act. [ … ]

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    Keep track of the diversity of your employees

    Keep track of the diversity of your employees

    If you are a federally-incorporated, publicly-listed company, starting on the 1st of January 2020, you will be one the 607 distributing corporations under the Canadian Business Corporations Act (CBCA) that will be affected by the new diversity [ … ]

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  2. Major development for marijuana in Quebec

    Major development for marijuana in Quebec

    Last November 5th 2018, on this website, we published an article regarding aspects of the decriminalization of marijuana possession. In particular, we discussed the law enacted in Quebec on June 12th 2018, the Cannabis Regulation Act that prohibited [ … ]

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    What happens to the family residence in a divorce?

    What happens to the family residence in a divorce?

    Our clients frequently ask: what will happen to the family residence once a divorce application has been served and who will continue to live in the home? The family residence is considered to be the home where the family lived together during the [ … ]

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  3. Autonomous cars; how soon is now?

    Autonomous cars; how soon is now?

    The days of imagining self-driving fully autonomous vehicles roaming Canadian streets are quickly coming to an end. According to recent market research data, it is projected that by the year 2035 approximately 25% of all new cars sold will be fully [ … ]

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    Psychosocial expertise: who, when, why?

    Psychosocial expertise: who, when, why?

    In Family Law cases in which children are involved, occasionally an expert’s opinion will be needed in order to issue recommendations with regards to the child’s best interest. Who? This type of expertise can be conducted either by a psychologist [ … ]

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