Mondaq Canada: Insolvency/Bankruptcy, Re-structuring
Minden Gross LLP
The ongoing CCAA proceeding of Nortel Networks Inc. et al. is certainly not the first Canadian-based restructuring with assets spread through different jurisdictions.
Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP
This paper aims to present a brief summary of significant legal decisions over the past year, as they relate to and impact Ontario consumer bankruptcy practitioners.
Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP
A bankruptcy discharge hearing is the forum for the Court’s determination of a bankrupt’s application for discharge which has been opposed.
Aird & Berlis LLP
The Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta held that the trust created by section 22 of the Builders’ Lien Act is not effective in the bankruptcy of a would-be trustee debtor.
McMillan LLP
Canadian restructuring and liquidation legislation provides struggling companies and bankruptcy trustees with powerful tools to restructure their affairs.
Miller Thomson LLP
La Cour supérieure établit que lorsqu'un failli décide de ne pas se prévaloir des services d'un avocat en matière de faillite, il ne peut par la suite prétendre qu'il n'a pas eu droit à une défense pleine et entière.
Aird & Berlis LLP
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice held that trust claims pursuant to s.8 of the Construction Lien Act do not survive the bankruptcy of the trustee debtor.
Crowe Soberman LLP
It is difficult to sustain a business operation and at the same time deal with demands from your banker, suppliers, services providers, or CRA’s requirement to pay and garnish bank accounts.
Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP
What does the U.S. doctrine of equitable subordination have to do with Canada?
Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP
Members of Gowlings’ National Insolvency team provide their insights into many recent notable restructuring cases.
Miller Thomson LLP
This paper is intended to discuss some issues arising as a result of the interplay between the "Family Law Act" and the "Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act".
Aird & Berlis LLP
The Ontario Court of Appeal held that the Registrar of Motor Vehicles cannot deny vehicle permits to individuals on account of pre-bankruptcy debts.
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
The Supreme Court of Canada denied leave to appeal to Nortel from the decision rendered by the Ontario Court of Appeal last October.
Bull, Housser & Tupper LLP
The BC Court of Appeal has ruled that equitable principles cannot be used to avoid the priority scheme contained in the PPSA.
Bishop & McKenzie
Under the Law of Property Act, a mortgagee is limited to recovery of the property unless the mortgage is high ratio, insured by CMHC, or granted by a corporation.
Miller Thomson LLP
Timminco Inc. (T.I.) est la maison mère de Bécancour Silicon Inc. (SBI).
Miller Thomson LLP
Le Superintendant des institutions financières du Canada demande à la Cour de faire reconnaître le caractère prioritaire des cotisations spéciales.
Miller Thomson LLP
Les Habitations Techniques ltée est une entreprise spécialisée dans la fabrication et la vente de maisons usinées.
Miller Thomson LLP
La Cour est saisie d’une requête pour lever la suspension des procédures ordonnée en faveur de Montreal, Maine & Altlantic Railway Ltd.
Miller Thomson LLP
Le 28 avril 2008, le Tribunal ordonne le délaissement forcé d’un immeuble au prix de 185 000,00 $.
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McMillan LLP
Canadian restructuring and liquidation legislation provides struggling companies and bankruptcy trustees with powerful tools to restructure their affairs.
Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP
What does the U.S. doctrine of equitable subordination have to do with Canada?
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
The doctrine of federal paramountcy provides that where there is an inconsistency between validly enacted but overlapping provincial and federal legislation, the provincial legislation is inoperative to the extent of the inconsistency and the remainder of the provincial legislation is unaffected.
Bennett Jones LLP
The Supreme Court of Canada dismissed applications for leave to appeal by a group of alleged former institutional shareholders of Sino-Forest Corporation.
Aird & Berlis LLP
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice held that trust claims pursuant to s.8 of the Construction Lien Act do not survive the bankruptcy of the trustee debtor.
McMillan LLP
Now that the Canadian Wage Earner Protection Program (WEPP) has been in place for several years, some of the practi¬cal challenges created by the legislation can be bet¬ter understood.
Bennett Jones LLP
Canadian legislation offers some clarity regarding the licensor-licensee rights and obligations in the event of a licensee's insolvency or bankruptcy.
Miller Thomson LLP
This paper is intended to discuss some issues arising as a result of the interplay between the "Family Law Act" and the "Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act".
Davis LLP
S4 of the PPSA, provides that "except as otherwise provided" in the PPSA, the PPSA does not apply to a number of enumerated liens, charges or other interests, including as set out in s4(a) "a lien, charge or other interest given by an Act or rule of law in force in Alberta".
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