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By Stephany Mandin
The Ontario Consumer Protection Act, SO 2002, c 30, Sched A (the "CPA") contains provisions requiring lenders to provide extensive financial disclosure to consumers.
By Stephany Mandin
The Ontario CPA specifies the financial disclosure obligations imposed on lenders in order to provide consumers with clear, transparent information about the details...
By Jonathan Mesiano-Crookston
Jonathan Mesiano-Crookston will co-chair the Ontario Bar Association's 16th Annual Franchise Law Conference on November 17, 2016
By Jonathan Mesiano-Crookston
Most franchisors now appreciate that Ontario's franchise legislation requires a franchisor to provide a franchisee with proper disclosure document before that franchisee buys a franchise.
By Stephany Mandin
The recent verdict in the Jian Ghomeshi trial has sparked a growing public debate around how Canada's justice system deals with sexual assault.
By Jonathan Mesiano-Crookston, Andrea Wong
The relationship between the franchisor and the new franchisee precluded the franchisor from claiming an exemption from the disclosure requirement.
By Stephany Mandin
In the landmark 2013 decision of Canada v Bedford, the Supreme Court of Canada declared that certain provisions of the Criminal Code violated section 7 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
By Jonathan Mesiano-Crookston, Daniel Cira
In Ontario, the law governing franchising is called the Arthur Wishart Act (Franchise Disclosure), 2000. It was introduced to level the playing field between franchisors and franchisees, especially with respect to their level of informational imbalance.