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    Daniel Goupil
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    Labour law
    Étienne Morin
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September 2019

Fall cocktail of the youth wing of the CCITB

The fall cocktail of the youth wing of the Chambre de commerce et d'industrie Thérèse-de Blainville (CCITB) was held on September 25.

September 2019

3rd edition of Je marche pour toi!

On Sunday, September 29, the PFD team hit the trails in Parc-Nature du Lac Jérôme in Saint-Jérôme for the third edition of the Je marche pour toi! fundraising event. A total of $49 243.35 was raised, with all proceeds going to the Pallia-Vie foundation.

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PFD | Municipal

Municipalities' authority to regulate signage

Under the Act respecting land use planning and development (RLRQ, c. A-19.1), Québec municipalities may "regulate, by zone, the construction, erection, alteration and maintenance of all bill?boards and signs already erected or to be erected in the future" (section 113, paragraph 2 [14]). This authority was the subject of a recent ruling by the Court of Appeal of Québec (Ville de Montréal v. Astral Média Affichage, 2019 QCCA 1609) in which the majority upheld a ban on the posting of billboards in the city's Plateau-Mont-Royal borough. The decision provides an opportunity to reiterate the basic principles of municipalities' authority to regulate signage.

PFD | Business

Buying a business through share purchase: Get the right advice

When a business is operated as a joint stock company, it may be sold through a share or asset sale. In most cases, the seller will require a share sale for tax purposes. It is generally the buyer's responsibility to draft the sale documents. When acquiring a business, regardless of the value of the transaction, it is critical that the buyer seek legal advice. Here's why.