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Are You Ready? The New Construction Act Prompt Payment And Adjudication Are Almost Here!
It's been over a year since the first set of amendments to Ontario's Construction Lien Act (renamed Construction Act) were proclaimed.
Canada
16 Oct 2019
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So You Want To Be An Adjudicator?: Update On Ontario's Construction Act Adjudication Process
Adjudication is the new "quick justice" mandatory process for Ontario construction payment disputes that, along with prompt payment, comes into force on October 1, 2019.
Canada
4 Oct 2019
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Construction Act When Is A Landlord An "Owner?"
If you haven't already heard, Ontario is in the middle of a huge overhaul of its principal construction statute, now known as the Construction Act ("Act").
Canada
4 Oct 2019
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Bulletin: Construction Act – When Is A Landlord An "Owner?"
the leasing world, such as the new holdback on allowances and the elimination of landlords' s.19(2) rights.
Canada
9 Sep 2019
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The New Construction Act: Let's Get Ready!
It's been a year since the first set of amendments to Ontario's Construction Lien Act (renamed Construction Act) came into effect.
Canada
1 Aug 2019
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Wills & Estates Bulletin: Multiple Wills - An Important Notification
The recent Ontario Superior Court decision of Re Milne has raised issues relating to certain wording commonly used in multiple Wills in Ontario (often referred to as "Primary" and "Secondary" Wills).
Canada
30 Oct 2018
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Storefront Cannabis Retail Coming To Edmonton?
Edmonton City Council voted 10 – 0 (with three Councillors absent) to amend an existing zoning bylaw to make provision for future storefront cannabis retail establishments, as well for cannabis lounges within the City of Edmonton.
Canada
21 Jul 2017
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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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You Have Breached A Contract: Can An Exclusion Clause Protect You From A Damage Claim?
In this case, Dr. Chuang entered into an agreement with Toyota to build and operate a Lexus dealership in downtown Toronto.
Canada
2 Aug 2016
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The Duties Of Contractors Involved In Design And Construction
The recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in O’Dowda v. Halpenny et al. is a useful reminder of the duties of contractors, subcontractors, architects and engineers who take part in the design and construction of buildings.
Canada
4 Feb 2015
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Buying A House? Better Get A Home Inspection
A recent decision provides another reminder of why prudent homebuyers should always insist on a home inspection.
Canada
9 Dec 2014
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Irvin Schein Blogged "The New World Of Summary Judgments: Are The Courts Going Too Far?"
The recent case of King Lofts Toronto I Ltd. vs. Emmons involves the granting of a summary judgment where the remedy would never have been possible in the past.
Canada
25 Oct 2013
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The Latest on Compensation When A New Highway Puts You Out Of Business
Aside from the nuisance caused during the construction process, the construction of new highways to replace routes through small towns is usually welcomed by motorists simply because it tends to expedite travel.
Canada
23 Sep 2013
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