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A Commercial Tenancy Handbook
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Mr. Olson has done an invaluable service for the legal profession and its business clients alike. His text addresses the widest variety of problems associated with commercial tenancy and related land uses with extensive reference to statute and case law across Canada, its scope ranging from medieval history to modern multi-tenant leasing practices. This is an eminently practical work that will alert landlords and tenants to a multitude of potential problems and greatly assist their legal advisors in finding solutions for them. The Honourable Martin Taylor, Q.C. (ret. BC CA judge) Davis & Co., Vancouver, BC A practical guide to commercial tenancies, for use by lawyers, landlords, tenants and property managers, to anticipate and deal with issues and problems that arise before, during and after a commercial tenancy. The book describes issues that arise with respect to the creation of the relationship, the negotiation and drafting of the lease, as well all other aspects that arise during the tenancy. Strategic and tactical considerations are reviewed with the legal alternatives and procedural issues.
About the Author
Richard Olson obtained his undergraduate degree and LL.B. at the University of British Columbia. In 1981-82 he clerked in the Supreme Court of British Columbia in Vancouver, then articled with Russell & DuMoulin and practised at that firm and its successor from his call to the bar in 1982 until 2002. He has practised as a commercial litigator primarily in real estate and banking matters, appearing in all levels of court in British Columbia and before the Property Assessment Appeal Board. Mr. Olson has written and lectured on commercial tenancies and other topics for clients and with the Continuing Legal Education Society of B.C. He is currently associate counsel at McKechnie & Company in Vancouver, a litigation boutique specializing in real estate and construction disputes, where he practises in the area of real estate and commercial tenancy litigation and sits as an arbitrator in commercial and real estate disputes. He has been appointed chair of the British Columbia Law Institute Commercial Tenancy Act Reform Project, and is the author of A Commercial Tenancy Handbook.