We are proud to welcome our new articling student, Aly Jivraj, to our team! Aly graduated from McGill University in 2007 with a degree in International Development and received his J.D. from the College of Law at the University of Saskatchewan in 2012. Prior to joining KH/Dunkley Law Group, Aly spent several months articling with […]
Do I need my own insurance policy if I own a condominium unit?
In Alberta, every condominium corporation is required to take out and maintain insurance on the common property and the individual units against perils such as fire, hail and flood. This insurance typically covers the common property and the structural elements of the units. The unit owners share in the premiums for the condominium corporation’s insurance […]
No More Pennies!
Effective today, the federal government’s plan to phase out the penny takes effect. While debit and credit card transactions will continue to be calculated to the exact amount, cash transactions will be rounded to the nearest nickel. The Royal Canadian Mint has published the following Rounding Guidline to assist in getting used to the new […]
What is the effect of a CMHC or GE insured (“High-Ratio”) Mortgage?
In Canada, a home buyer or home owner obtaining a mortgage loan where the principal amount of the mortgage is greater than 80% of the value of the property will be required to obtain default insurance for the lender. This default insurance is typically provided by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (“CMHC”) or Genworth […]
The Priciest Home on the Market in Toronto
How long until we see something like this in Calgary? CLICK HERE to watch the video. KH/Dunkley Law Group […]
Interesting Considerations for Business Owners
An interesting article from the Globe and Mail as to why you should choose your year-end carefully. CLICK HERE to read the full article. KH/Dunkley Law Group […]