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Buying a home

Buying a home is an exciting life event. Learn the key factors to consider before you make an offer, and the steps involved in buying a home in British Columbia.

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Selling your home

Selling a home is the biggest financial decision most people make. Learn what to consider before putting up the “For Sale” sign, and the steps involved in selling your home.

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Builders liens

Occasionally, those who work or supply materials on a construction project aren’t paid for the work or materials supplied. A builders lien can help them collect the money they’re owed.

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Residential tenancy

BC’s residential tenancy law applies to most types of rental housing situations in the province. Learn key aspects of this law, and answers to common questions raised by tenants and landlords.

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Neighbour law

Learn your legal rights and options if you have a problem with a neighbour. Work out problems involving noise, untidiness, dogs, fences, trees, second-hand smoke, water damage, and trespassing.

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If you default on your mortgage, the lender can go to court to take the property you mortgaged or sell it to pay the debt. This process is called foreclosure.

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