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In OSED Howe Street Vancouver Leaseholds Inc. v. FS Property Inc., 2020 BCSC 1066, the BC Supreme Court issued an interim injunction to prevent an owner from swinging a construction crane over its neighbour’s property outside of previously agreed upon hours.

The decision provides a useful exposé of what factors the court will consider in determining the appropriate ...

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Whether a hedge is a fence matters because it can mean the difference between relief under the Property Law Act and the end of your ability to use a neighbour’s land. You might seek relief under the Property Law Act where you discover after many years, for example, that part of your drive way is actually on your neighbour’s property. Your neighbour now wants you to stop ...

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