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The Essentials: Builders Liens in BC
A solid understanding of BC’s builders’ lien legislation is critical for any construction professional in BC. Clark Wilson LLP’s construction lawyers will take you through the following essential aspects of the legislation as well as answers your lien questions. Our objective is to build on your understanding of the workings of a lien claim in the event that payment issues arise on your project.

1. Time Limits for Filing a Lien: Certification, completion, abandonment and termination explained
2. Lienable Lands: What does in relation to an improvement mean?
3. Quantum of Liens: What constitutes the price of the work?
4. Discharge of Liens: How to prepare for timely discharge?
5. The Holdback and Liens Against the Holdback: What will come of the Shimco Lien?
6. Priorities Between Lien Claimants and other Creditors: Considerations upon insolvency
7. Reforms: Prompt payment and interim adjudication

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Oct 28, 2021 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Satinder Sidhu
Partner and Co-Chair, Infrastructure, Construction & Procurement @Clark Wilson LLP
Satinder Sidhu is a partner at Clark Wilson LLP. Satinder assists insurers on a wide range of insurance defence claims involving property damage, construction deficiencies, complex bodily injury, professional negligence and general insurance disputes. She also advances subrogated claims, advises on coverage matters and defends coverage enforcement actions. Whether negotiating a settlement or advocating at trial or on appeal, Satinder is practical in all aspects of her practice. Satinder also practices construction litigation and is co-chair of the firm’s Infrastructure, Construction and Procurement group.
Scott Lamb
Partner @Clark Wilson LLP
Scott Lamb is a senior Partner in our Infrastructure, Construction & Procurement Practice. Scott acts for owners, contractors and consultants in drafting and negotiating construction contracts and documents. He also acts for these clients in construction disputes, including claims relating to builders liens, tendering, delays and deficiencies. He has been recognized by his peers in Best Lawyers in Canada for procurement law. Scott is practical and efficient in handling complex projects and issues for his clients.
Rosalie Clark
Associate @Clark Wilson LLP
Rosalie Clark is a senior Associate in our Infrastructure, Construction & Procurement Practice. She has extensive experience advising clients both locally and across North America with the negotiation of contractual documents, as well as a wide range of litigation issues including builders’ lien claims, delay and deficiency claims and other construction disputes. Whether she is representing an owner, developer, contractor, or professional, Rosalie is committed to working diligently alongside her clients to establish practical legal solutions.