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Real Estate Legal Assistant (Steinbach)

SNJ is accepting applications for a full time experienced real estate legal assistant. Our office hours are Monday to Friday, 9:00 to 5:00. Responsibilities will include working with one or more lawyers in a busy real estate practise. Job Requirements: – Minimum 2 years legal experience in real estate law – Proficient with MS Word and Conveyancer – TPR eRegistry – Preference will be given… Read More »

Real Estate Legal Assistant (Niverville)

SNJ is accepting applications for a full time experienced real estate legal assistant. Our office hours are Monday to Friday, 9:00 to 5:00. Job Requirements: – Minimum 2 years legal experience in real estate law – Proficient with MS Word and Conveyancer – TPR eRegistry – Preference will be given to somebody familiar with Unity For more information on our firm, please visit www.snj.ca. Thank you… Read More »

SNJ is pleased to welcome Paul Reimer as an articling student-at-law

SNJ is pleased to announce Paul has joined the firm as an articling student-at-law. Paul grew up in and continues to live in Blumenort, Manitoba. In 2017, he graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Arts degree, with a major in history and a minor in political studies. Paul will graduate with his Juris Doctor degree from the Robson Hall Faculty of… Read More »

Why Make a Will

A Will is a written document which controls the disposal of a person’s property after death. It allows a person to state what should be done with their property and allows you to appoint the person you want to represent your estate after death. There are many reasons why a person should make a Will. If you die without one, Provincial Law will govern the… Read More »

New Register Requirements of “Individuals with Significant Control”

Effective June 13, 2019, each private corporation incorporated under the Canada Business Corporations Act (CBCA) was required to prepare a register of “individuals with significant control” (ISC) over such corporation.  The purpose of these changes is to identify the actual individuals behind business activities being seen as an important and key component of Canada’s anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing regime. Manitoba has harmonized its legislation with changes… Read More »

Covid-19 and Lay-Offs: What Does It Mean for Employment Contracts?

In the midst of the Covid-19 crisis many businesses are scaling back or shutting down completely. In a matter of two weeks in late March, 2020, approximately 1 million Canadians have applied for employment insurance benefits. More will surely follow. Many employers and employees are wondering about their rights, obligations and options, especially in small businesses. An employment arrangement is, on a fundamental legal level,… Read More »

 
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