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Documents by Lawyers at this office
Legal Implications of Accepting Bitcoin as Payment
Rahim Esmail,Terry Gao,Emily MacKinnon, March 6, 2014
The number of Canadian businesses accepting virtual currencies as a form of payment is growing. Bitcoin is emerging as the most popular of these new currencies - none of which are subject to a central authority. Governments, including Canada’s federal government, are starting to take note,...
Tax Changes to Non-Profit Organizations Likely
Christopher Falk,Shanon O.N. Grauer,Stefanie Morand, March 3, 2014
Paragraph 149(1)(l) of the Income Tax Act (Canada) exempts from Canadian federal income tax a range of clubs, societies and associations commonly referred to as non-profit organizations (NPOs).
Builder’s Risk Policies: Scope of the Faulty Design/Work Exclusion
Ariel DeJong,Julia K. Lockhart, February 14, 2014
What is the scope of the exclusion for making good faulty workmanship under a builders risk insurance policy? If cleaners scratch the windows during the construction process, does making good just mean a repeat cleaning or does it also include repairs to the windows?
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