Stuart has built a successful practice in the area of ICBC and Injury claims where he only acts for plaintiffs. His practice also includes Estate and Civil Litigation matters. Stuart has successfully represented clients at all levels of court in British Columbia including the Provincial Court, Supreme Court and Court of Appeal. He has also represented clients at Residential Tenancy Board hearings.
Stuart has conducted numerous trials throughout the years and prides himself on being able to effectively advocate for his clients in the courtroom.
My Areas of Law
Wills & Estates
When a person acts as the Executor of a Deceased’s Estate, they are entitled to be paid for their work
Parties to a lawsuit are generally required to produce all documents in their possession or control that are relevant to the matters at issue in the lawsuit.
Carroll v. Allen
Even though a property is rented to tenants, that property can be sold. Sometimes the buyer is willing to accept the current tenant and become their new landlord.
Newhouse v. Garland, 2022 BCCA 276
In Newhouse, two friends, Bob and Barry, contemplated buying a rental property together. Barry, however, was always out of work and in debt, and didn’t have the money for his share of the down-payment.
Certificates of Pending Litigation
When a person files a lawsuit that claims an interest in a piece of real property, they are entitled to file a Certificate of Pending Litigation (CPL) with the Land Title Office against title to that property.