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Canada's Top Court To Hear Contract Good Faith Case
Among other things the plaintiff had done "freebie" work in the expectation that its contracts were goign to be renewed at the end of the season.
Canada
9 Jul 2019
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Condo Developer's Early Termination Provision Upheld: Lack Of Financing Options Enough Reason To Terminate Sales Agreements
In Reddy v. 1945086 Ontario Inc., Justice Penny of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Commercial List), upheld the cancellation of sales agreements of condominium units on the basis that the developer could not secure acceptable financing.
Canada
13 May 2019
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Shotgun Clause Robs Shareholders Of $750k
In 2007, JEL Investments Ltd. entered into a joint venture with Boxer Capital Corporation and Yanco Management Ltd.
Canada
6 Mar 2015
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It’s No Lie: Supreme Court Recognizes Contractual Duty Of Good Faith
The Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in Bhasin v. Hrynew significantly evolves the common law of contract by recognizing a general common law duty of good faith contractual performance, and in particular a specific duty to act honestly in the performance of contractual obligations.
Canada
20 Nov 2014
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Shareholder Spat Leaves Plaintiffs With No Remedy, And An Order To Pay $2.7 Million In Costs
The case of Harris v. Leikin Group Inc. provides another illustration of the messy fallout that can occur when there is a dispute within a successful family business.
Canada
25 Jun 2014
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Cheerios: Download A Coupon, Lose Your Right To Sue
A New York Times article warned consumers about the contractual consequences of clicking "Like" on the Facebook page of General Mills.
Canada
22 Apr 2014
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Aldo Can Sue MasterCard In Ontario, Court Rules
A choice of forum clause will generally not be enforced against a non-party to the contract containing the clause, the Ontario Court of Appeal held recently.
Canada
12 Mar 2014
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Table Manners – Recipes for Negotiators: #2 The Mandate
Another integral aspect of the negotiating process is the mandate. Legal counsel as well as other individuals, often represent clients either as an individual or in a larger groups.
Canada
15 Jul 2013
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Out Of Time – Investment Dealer’s Claim For Indemnity Against Investment Advisor Barred By Statute Of Limitations
The Court of Appeal has recently held that the limitation period to bring an action enforcing a contractual right to indemnity starts to run on the date that a party has been served with a Statement of Claim in the underlying lawsuit that triggers the right to be indemnified.
Canada
27 Jun 2013
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