Month: February 2022

Failing to Disclose Known and Dangerous Defects

Sellers can be held responsible if they fail to disclose certain defects or problems with their property. That is what happened in Karner v. Kuhnke, 2021 BCSC 1942.In Karner, the defendant-sellers had listed their rental property for sale. They hadn’t lived at the property for 8 years and it was tenanted at the time of […]


If an individual loses the capacity to make decisions on their own behalf, they require either an individual with power of attorney or committeeship to step into the position of decision maker on their behalf. Power of attorney can only be granted by an individual who has mental capacity. If a person has lost capacity and […]