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When Is The Driver Of A Car Considered Not To Be In Possession Of Their Own Vehicle?
n the recent Court of Appeal decision in McKay v. Park, Hnatiuk and TD Home and Auto Insurance Company,
Canada
28 Aug 2019
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Property Leasing – Recent Developments Of Importance, Part 2
Is a Landlord responsible to an abutting landowner for environmental contamination caused by a Tenant?
Canada
22 Jan 2019
3
Signing A Release? Make Sure You Understand What It Includes.
The recent Court of Appeal decision in Biancaniello v. DMCT LLP provides a very useful review of the law of Releases in general...
Canada
25 Oct 2017
4
The Latest On Coffee-Spill Lawsuits
A number of years ago, a case in New Mexico called Liebeck v. McDonald's Restaurants made headlines when a 79 year old plaintiff won an award worth U.S. $2.9 million from a jury.
Canada
9 Oct 2017
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Lawsuits And The Limitations Act - When Is A Claim Discovered?
In Ontario, the basic limitation period on the commencement of a lawsuit is defined by the Limitations Act (or the "Act") as being "the second anniversary of the day on which the claim was discovered".
Canada
3 Oct 2017
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The Latest On Certificates Of Pending Litigation: How Unique Does The Property Have To Be?
This device should ensure that the vendor cannot sell the property out from under the purchaser while the purchaser's claim is proceeding before the Court.
Canada
22 Sep 2017
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Summer 2017 - Property Leasing - Recent Developments Of Importance
While commercial leases will vary from agreement to agreement, all leases will contain provisions that aim to protect the rights of the landlord and the tenant.
Canada
21 Sep 2017
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Ontario Court Approves $31.2 Million In Legal Fees For Class-Action Counsel
The legal fees comprise $26 million in fees, just under $1million in disbursements and taxes of approximately $3.5 million.
Canada
19 Sep 2017
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INDIVA Corporation Closes First Tranche Of Private Placement For Gross Proceeds Of $5.75 Million
In connection with a proposed amalgamation with Rainmaker Resources Ltd. and listing on the TSX Ventures Exchange
Canada
5 Sep 2017
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Can A Lawyer's Duty To His Client Extend Beyond The Scope Of His Retainer?
In the recent case of Meehan v. Good, the Ontario Court of Appeal dealt with a situation in which a lawyer was retained to represent a client with respect to the assessment of the accounts of the client's former lawyer.
Canada
14 Mar 2017
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Sepideh Nassabi Posts "Making Demand On A Guarantee?"
If you are a lender or someone who has guaranteed a loan, you should pay attention to a recent decision released by the Court of Appeal.
Canada
3 Feb 2017
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Sepideh Nassabi Publishes "Making Demand On A Guarantee?"
If you are a lender or someone who has guaranteed a loan, you should pay attention to a recent decision released by the Court of Appeal.
Canada
25 Jan 2017
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Court Sets Aside Judgment Obtained at Uncontested Trial
In a rather unusual case, an Ontario Superior Court judge has set aside a default judgment that was obtained at an uncontested trial where the defendant intentionally decided not to show up.
Canada
25 Nov 2016
14
Recent Developments Of Importance In Property Leasing: Part II
The right of a tenant to enjoy its premises without interference from its landlord is unquestionably essential to any lease.
Canada
15 Nov 2016
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Scary Communication Issues For The Real Estate Practitioner
It is elementary that, where a party to a contract wishes to benefit from a right of waiver of a condition in that contract and where he is contractually obliged to exercise that right within a limited time...
Canada
4 Nov 2016
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No Merit? No Problem! Eviction Order Stayed During Bogus Appeal
A recent decision demonstrates just how easy it is for residential tenants to game the system and live rent free.
Canada
18 Oct 2016
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Who Says You Can't Fight City Hall?
Russell v. Township of Georgian Bay provides a useful reminder of the fact that while municipal officials sometimes appear to hold all of the cards in disputes with home owners, that is not always the case.
Canada
17 Oct 2016
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Matt Maurer Appears On CBC News Toronto
Litigator Matt Maurer was interviewed on CBC Toronto News where he commented on an issue regarding removing a difficult tenant who owes thousands in rent.
Canada
28 Sep 2016
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Tenant Owing Over $50,000 In Arrears Evicted
A panel of 3 Divisional Court Judges has dismissed the appeal of a tenant who owed over $50,000 in rent and who was nearly 3 years in default on her rent payments.
Canada
22 Sep 2016
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Court Of Appeal Clears Way For Mortgagees To Set Aside Sham Tenancies
A provision of the Mortgages Act that allows lenders to set aside tenancy agreements for the purpose of taking possession of real property does not conflict with the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006.
Canada
2 Sep 2016
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