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A Bidders' Inexcusable Error Does Not Prevent It From Claiming A Higher Price From The Client Requesting The Work
The City of Salaberry-de-Valleyfield retained the services of the engineering firm CIMA to develop plans and specification and grant contracts. CIMA selected the lowest bid
Canada
26 Jul 2019
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Hidden Defects And The Sale Of An Immovable In Quebec: Caveat Emptor? 5 Sales: 3 Substantial Reductions Of The Sale Price, One Cancellation Of The Sale And One Claim Dismissed By The Courts
Five recent decisions underline the importance for the seller of real estate property to disclose to the prospective buyer all known or suspected defects and problems affecting the immovable, even if apparent...
Canada
21 Jun 2019
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Estimative Assessments And Prescription: Recent Developments
The recent decision in 6075240 Canada Inc. v. Canada[1] brings developments to prescription in matters of taxation.
Canada
4 Jun 2019
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How Much Is The Loss Of A Purebred Dog Worth?
The plaintiffs operate a small Maremma and Abruzzese sheepdog breeding farm. An Italian canine breed, these dogs serve as sheepdogs.
Canada
4 Jun 2019
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The End Of A Shareholder's Corporate Duties And The End Of Suretyship: An Illustration
In June 2015, Location, a tool rental company, opened an account for the benefit of a company with which it was doing business, Boréalia
Canada
22 May 2019
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TCC Curtails SBD Multiplication
In Jencal Holdings Ltd. v. The Queen, the TCC applied the deemed association rule in subsection 256(2.1) to force the corporations involved to share the $500,000 business limit because tax reduction was held to be...
Canada
21 May 2019
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A Settlement Between Negotiating Parties Can Be Implied By Courts
The Federal Court recently dealt with settlement negotiations and the risk for a party to find itself bound by a settlement resolving a litigation informally and, perhaps to a certain degree,
Canada
9 May 2019
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More Traps For The Unwary: Who Pays The Taxes?
The recent case of Picard v. Estate Ligotte 2019 QCCA 254 provide an illustration of what happens when a person makes a will but leaves important financial matters either unresolved or left
Canada
20 Mar 2019
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Indirect Auditing Methods - Not Always Applicable
In a short decision dated December 5, 2018 in the matter Dion v. Quebec Revenue Agency, 2018 QCCQ 10280 ...
Canada
19 Mar 2019
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Vendors, Should You Disclose All Known Facts, Including Those That May Influence The Decision Of The Purchaser, Even If They Do Not Relate To The Property Sold?
The vendor of a property must disclose to the purchaser all facts known to the vendor or that are likely to influence the decision of the purchaser ...
Canada
15 Mar 2019
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Attorneys Do Not Have A Monopoly Over Pleadings And Representation Of A Party Before The ATQ In Respect Of Property Taxes
The Superior Court has decided that attorneys do not have a monopoly over the representation of a person or company before the Administrative Tribunal of Quebec, Immovable Property Division, in respect of the contestation of property taxes.
Canada
6 Mar 2019
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