The Continuing Legal Education Society of BC

Subdivision Regulation and Discretion
May 12, 2016 - 9:00am - 4:00pm
Pan Pacific Hotel (or attend via Live Webinar)
999 Canada Place

Who should attend: Lawyers who practice in the areas of municipal law, administrative law, and real estate; the course may also be of interest to those practicing in the area of construction law, developers and officers of local government, and notaries public.

Learning level: Intermediate

Subdivision crosses many boundaries in the practice of law—municipal, administrative, and real estate. In this course, we will tie together all of these aspects of subdivision to give you a comprehensive understanding of the area. Topics include: drafting subdivision agreements, dedications, security, regulation of standards, approving officers’ discretion, building schemes, and more.

At this course you will learn about...

-drafting the Work Services Agreement, letters of credit, and other security and warranties
-statutory rights of way and restrictive covenants
-public dedications such as parks, school lands, and highways
-public interest and judicial review of the approving officer

Law Society of BC CPD Hours:
6 hours (a minimum of 1 hour will involve aspects of professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, and/or practice management).

Course Chair

Raymond E. Young, QC — Local Government and Planning Law Chambers, Vancouver

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