Summer 2004 Volume 13 Number 2

Summer 2004 Volume 13 Number 2

COVER STORY

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Secretary/Executive Director
BC’s Land Registration System:
Quite Simply, the Best in the World

Wayne Braid

President
Where Shall I Go Today?

Leta Best

Keynote
The Future is Here

Val Wilson

Land Titles Office:
Remember when . . .

Debbie Larson

EFS:Cooperative Efforts Create Electronic Filing for BC
Darcy Hammett

EFS means Easy Filing System
Rick Marx

Amazing Adobe Acrobat 6.0
Akash Sablok

Shaping the Future of Conveyancing
Carolynne R. Maguire

BC Survey Plans for the Future
Chuck Salmon

Techno Tips
Michael Angelo Rubino

Learning About Linux Part I
Timothy Perrin

The Information Age: Protecting Your Financial and Personal Privacy
Bailey Jung

3 Steps to Attracting More Clients Via the Internet
Charlie Van Derven

Plants and Technology: The Odd Couple
S. Gail Hirst


Spring Conference 2004
Janice McMath

A Satirical Journey to the Notarland
Fariborz Khasha

16 New Notaries Installed

The Journey Continues
Fariborz Khasha

Profile of a BC Notary: Sidney
Susan Davis:
Living in a Little Piece of Heaven


Paradise Found!


Profile of Arthur Close, QC, Executive Director Of The Law Institute Of British Columbia
Ensuring the Legacy

Board of Governors


Columns

Letters

Editor's

Leisure
Recommended Summer Reading 2004


Wills & Estates
Lost Wills

Trevor Todd

Real Estate
New Real Estate Legislation

Robert Laing

Taxes
Your Principal Residence: a Tax-Efficient Investment

Kathryn Edwards

Corporate Governance
Company Articles under the British Columbia Business Corporations Act
Tony DuMoulin

Strata Watch!
Check Election Dates in a Phased Strata Development

Mike Mangan

Case Comments
A Springing Power of Attorney

Bob Reid

Family Law
Marriage Agreements: Should You Sign the Agreement before You Say “I Do”?

Grant C. Taylor

People

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