Jeff Frame - Forward Law LLPForward Law LLP Jeff Frame - Forward Law LLP

Jeff Frame

I would encourage you to email me at jframe@forwardlaw.ca or call me at 1-855-434-2333.

Email Me

FOR THE PAST TWENTY YEARS I HAVE WORKED WITH INDIVIDUALS AND COMPANIES TO RESOLVE LAND USE AND DEVELOPMENT ISSUES.

I have for the past twenty-eight years worked with individuals and companies to resolve land use and development issues: sometimes through negotiation; sometimes through litigation; oftentimes through a bit of both. I enjoy my work. I enjoy the challenge of identifying and resolving complex problems or sets of problems. I find negotiating solutions to difficult situations, rewarding. Where negotiation is not the solution, I am up for the fight: after all, it’s what I do.

I provide legal services from both our Kamloops and Vancouver offices. I have:

    • – Protected A Rancher’s Right To Limit A Neighbour’s Access Over A Registered Easement

– Represented Owners Who Built Retaining Walls Or Docks Along Shorelines

– Removed A Member Of A City Council For Lying During An Election

– Terminated An Access Easement To The Second Story Of An Adjoining Building

– Established An Owner’s Right To Continue With A Lawful Nonconforming Use Of His Land

– Defended A Vendor Wrongfully Accused Of Defrauding The Purchasers

– Collected A Realtor’s Commission On A Sale That The Realtor Did Not Know About

– Recovered From A Local Government The Value Of Land It Had Sold At A Tax Sale

– Forced A Co-Owner To Sell His Interest In A Lakefront Property

– Obtained Compensation For Expropriated Landowners

– Removed A Member Of A City Council For Lying During An Election

– Advised Numerous Businesses And Owners Navigating Through The Myriad Of Laws, Rules, Policies, And Regulations Affecting The Use And Development Of Land.

– Represented Landowners Confronted By Mining Companies Wanting Entry

– Set Aside An Expropriation Bylaw As Being Beyond The Government’s Authority

– Presented At The 2014 Land Summit On B.C. Mineral Tenure Legislation

– Presented At The B.C. Expropriation Association On The Enforceability Of Positive Covenants

– Presented At Thompson Rivers University On Public Roads

AREAS OF PRACTICE

  • Civil Litigation
  • Municipal Law
  • Construction Law
  • Expropriation
  • Property Disputes

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Called To The Bar Of The State Of Nevada, 2002
  • Called To The Bar Of British Columbia, 1994
  • LLB, University Of British Columbia, 1993
  • BA, McGill University, 1989

ASSOCIATIONS

  • Member, Kamloops Bar Association
  • Member, British Columbia Expropriation Association
    *Provides Services Through A Law Corporation

COURT DECISIONS

KPMG Inc. V. 0747825 B.C. Ltd., 2017 BCCA 277
Carmel Cove Resort & Spa Inc. V. 0747825 B.C. Ltd., 2016 BCSC 1251
East Barriere Resort Limited V. The Owners, Strata Plan KAS1819, 2016 BCSC 1609
Burns V. Woodsdale Estates Ltd., 2015 BCSC 212
Atco Lumber Ltd. V. Kootenay Boundary (Regional District), 2014 BCSC 524
Connolly V. Jones Et Al, 2014 BCPC 0149
Golden Valley Enterprises Ltd. V. B.P.Y.A. 1290 Holdings Ltd., 2013 BCSC 1213
White Russian Enterprises Inc. V. Big Bend Operating Co. Ltd., 2012 BCSC 1376
Brown V. Douglas, 2011 BCCA 521
Bryan’s Transfer Ltd. V. Trail (City), 2010 BCCA 531
Bryan’s Transfer Ltd. V. Trail (City), 2009 BCSC 1198
Scott V. Davies, 2010 BCSC 1479
Todd V. Coleridge, 2009 BCSC 688
Bradwell V. Scott, 2004 BCCA 20
Bradwell V. Scott, 2000 BCCA 576
British Columbia (Minister Of Forests And Range And Housing) V. Coe, 2007 BCSC 92
Gardiner V. Robinson, 2006 BCSC 1014
Gook Country Estates Ltd. V. Quesnel (City) Et Al, 2005 BCSC 221
Golden Valley Golf Course Ltd. V. British Columbia, 2001 BCCA 392
Greatbanks V. Sunshine Coast Regional District, 1997 CanLII 654
Regional District Of Okanagan Similkameen V. Blackwell Stores Ltd., 1996 CanLII 3411
Winskowski V. Coldstream (District Of), 1996 CanLII 3525 (BC SC)
Rizzi V. Nikmo, [1995] BCJ 1588
Scotia Mortgage Corp. V. Woodsdale Estates Ltd., 1995 CanLII 1962
Kleineniggenkemper v. Spieker, 2021 BCSC 533
Atco Lumber Ltd. v. Ewasiuk, SCBC Kamloops Action No. 52541 (decision delivered orally)