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Called to the Bar of British Columbia in 1992, Grant Haddock established Haddock & Company in 2001. Grant’s preferred areas of practice are corporate housing law (including non-profit), strata property law, commercial and residential tenancy and construction law.
Grant acts for many housing co-ops and strata corporations along with a number of housing corporations, housing societies, equity housing co-operatives, Indian Lands housing corporations and fractional interest free-hold housing properties. In addition, Grant acts for commercial and residential landlords, manufactured home community owners and small to mid-size construction companies and developers.
He has appeared as legal counsel in the Provincial and Supreme Courts as well as the Court of Appeal. In addition, Grant has represented clients in front of various tribunals on numerous occasions, including the Human Rights Tribunal, Residential Tenancy Branch, and the Employment Standards Branch.
Grant is a sought after and frequent speaker at education conferences and seminars hosted by housing industry leaders, such as the Cooperative Housing Federation of BC, LandlordBC, the Condominium Homeowners Association, the Manufactured Home Park Owners Alliance of BC, the BC Non-Profit Housing Association and the Continuing Legal Education Society of BC.
He speaks on a variety of topics as they touch on non-profit housing, residential tenancy and strata property including human rights, construction and contracts, privacy and good practice management for boards, landlords and strata councils.
Grant is also a frequent contributor of articles noting interesting and industry specific legal topics for periodicals published by CHFBC, CHOA, BCNPHA and LandlordBC.