Month: April 2022

Panegos v. O’Byrne

If a person agrees to buy a home and fails to complete the purchase, they may be liable to the seller for any damages suffered as a result of the failure to complete. That is what happened in Panegos v. O’Byrne, 2019 BCSC 679.In this case, the defendants agreed to buy the plaintiffs’ two condo […]

More Incompetence from the CRT

The CRT has previously been called a kangaroo court. Our latest case summary only bolsters that perception.In Yoon v. British Columbia (Civil Resolution Tribunal), 2021 BCSC 1111, Ms. Yoon, the owner of a strata unit, had a dispute with her strata. Being unable to resolve the dispute, she filed a claim with the CRT and […]