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By Jennifer Corak
One's choice of estate trustee, attorney for property and attorney for personal care is an important one.
By Michael Farace
Under the Construction Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. C.30 ("Act"), holdback obligations are created pursuant to Section 22 that provides that the owner is required to hold back 10% of the contract price.
By Matthew Irish
Under the Ontario Construction Lien Act (the "Act"), a contract is considered substantially performed when the improvement, or a substantial part thereof, is ready for use, or is being used for the intended purposes.
By Lauren Parrish, Lisa Spiegel
The Protecting Patients Act, 2017 (PPA) sets out amendments to a number of different pieces of legislation. On May 30, 2017, various sections of the PPA, which amend the Regulated Health ...
By David Krebs
Organizations across industry sectors are learning to recognize just what cyber-attacks look like, as Canadian companies are experiencing dozens of such attacks each year, according to a recent study.
By Kim Ozubko
With the Ontario government soon to return from its summer hiatus, the A. M. Pension blog also returns.
By Daniel Kiselbach, Satinder Bains
The process of handling a customs verification can be an extraordinarily difficult undertaking for the uninitiated.
By Brady Knight
The process of hearing applications for summary judgment in Saskatchewan is changing. Effective November 1, 2019, General Application Practice Directive #9 ...
By Carolyn Hogan
A recent decision of the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta, Kirst Estate (Re), provides a useful reminder of some of the issues that may arise through the use of holographic wills.
By Antonio Iacovelli, Jonathan Martin
In our last article, we provided an overview of Building Information Modeling ("BIM") and the new Integrated Project Delivery Contract ("IPD Contract") needed to realize its full potential.
By Tania L. Pinheiro
Lorsqu'ils soumissionnent en réponse à un appel d'offres, les entrepreneurs doivent s'assurer de détenir toutes les catégories de licences nécessaires à la réalisation du contrat.
By Eric Laxton
Back in April, we looked at a Court of Appeal decision addressing disclosure to purchasers of proposed units in condominium developments.
By John Tidball, Claire Durocher
Large quantities of soil excavated in Canadian construction projects are relocated to other sites. Until now, the practice has been sporadically regulated by provincial governments.
By Jennifer Babe
On October 11, 2019 the Ministry of Consumer and Government Services posted some of the recommendations for changes to Ontario's business laws proposed by its Business Law Modernization and Burden Reduction Council.
By Inna Koldorf
Following in the footsteps of Ontario, Manitoba and Nova Scotia, the federal government recently introduced the Accessible Canada Act (the "Act"),
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