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Roberto Noce, Q.C.
Noce's law practice includes condominium, municipal & real estate. Instructor . Noce is a former City of Edmonton Councillor (1995 - 2001).
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Roberto Noce, Q.C. Jul 30
Thank you!!!
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Roberto Noce, Q.C. Jul 30
Replying to @jasonfherring
Does that include the parents too?
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Roberto Noce, Q.C. Jul 30
'It's going to hurt': Tax break for oil and gas firms would drain rural budgets, communities warn
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Roberto Noce, Q.C. Jul 28
Effective September 1, 2020: The Alberta Court of Queen's Bench will only accept filing by electronic mail (email), and will no longer accept filing by fax.
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Roberto Noce, Q.C. Jul 24
Replying to @RobertNoce
The Municipal Government Act gives broad authority to councils and to respect their right to govern municipalities in whatever way the councils consider appropriate.
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Roberto Noce, Q.C. Jul 24
Replying to @RobertNoce
In Alberta, municipalities have the power to pass a bylaw for municipal purposes respecting the safety, health and welfare of people and the protection of people and property.
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Roberto Noce, Q.C. Jul 24
, your discussion this morning about masks and specifically which order of government (i.e., municipal or province) should lead on this issue was fascinating.
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Roberto Noce, Q.C. Jul 19
Vancouver condo wins 5-year battle against Airbnb operator
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Roberto Noce, Q.C. Jul 4
Community associations (i.e., condominiums) in Florida contending with fraudulent emotional support animal (ESA) requests may get some relief. Florida Governor DeSantis signed SB 1084 into law on June 23, 2020, which will regulate emotional support animals.
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Roberto Noce, Q.C. Jul 4
B.C. condos built to fix leaky problem with overhangs now facing bigger problem
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Roberto Noce, Q.C. Jul 4
Effective July 6, 2020, all persons entering a courthouse in Alberta shall be required to wear a face mask while in any public area of the courthouse subject to certain exceptions.
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Roberto Noce, Q.C. Jun 30
Elevators, Airbnb or something else? Alberta Health Services investigates mysterious COVID outbreak in Calgary highrise | CBC News
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Roberto Noce, Q.C. Jun 29
Strathcona County, Alberta - Residents say development dispute is wrecking their neighbourhood |
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Roberto Noce, Q.C. Jun 28
Cleaner says Airbnb rentals continued through pandemic at infected Calgary building
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Roberto Noce, Q.C. Jun 27
40 residents of a Calgary condominium highrise have caught COVID-19 but outbreak's cause remains unknown | CBC News
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Roberto Noce, Q.C. Jun 26
Replying to @MarkPMancini
Words and punctuation matter. It reminds me of an English treason case of Sir Roger Casement (1864–1916), who was executed in 1916. He was generally said to have been “literally hanged on a comma.”
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Roberto Noce, Q.C. Jun 26
Here are B.C.'s plans to combat a sudden spike in strata insurance
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Roberto Noce, Q.C. Jun 25
In Airbnb-style accommodation case, Ontario court dismisses landlords’ bid to appeal short-term rental rules via
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Roberto Noce, Q.C. Jun 25
Dr. Hinshaw (Alberta) has advised that a COVID-19 outbreak at a high-rise condominium apartment building in Calgary now has 32 cases (27 active, 5 recovered), including 3 people in hospital who were otherwise healthy. Condominium buildings need to have a plan in place.
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CMHC Jun 24
home prices will likely see a decline over the next couple years. Learn more in our housing marketing report:
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