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Subcontractors' Lien Timelines Under The Construction Act
The first tranche of revisions to the Construction Act (the "Act") came into force on July 1, 2018. Some of the most anticipated changes were the extensions of the lien timelines.
Canada
13 Dec 2018
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Owners' Obligations Under Labour And Material Payment Bonds
In Valard Construction v Bird Construction, released yesterday (February 15, 2018), the Supreme Court has revealed a long-held misunderstanding in the construction industry ...
Canada
20 Feb 2018
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Timeliness Of The Lien - Rethinking The "Date Of Last Supply"
Generally speaking, subcontractors' liens expire 45 days from the date of last supply
Canada
9 Oct 2017
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Adjudication Under The New Construction Act
This article sets out how disputes on construction projects can be determined on an interim basis using a new (to Ontario) concept called "Adjudication".
Canada
29 Jun 2017
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Ontario's New Prompt Payment Legislation – How It Will Work
As eagerly anticipated, the proposed changes to Ontario's Construction Lien Act were tabled in the Legislature on May 31.
Canada
21 Jun 2017
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Personal Liability For Abandoned Liens – Caution For Claimants
A December, 2016 decision from Justice MacLeod called Petrelli Construction v Phillips, [2016] O.J. No. 6798 reminds us that a decision to initiate but not prosecute a lien action can result...
Canada
9 Jun 2017
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New Construction Lien Act – Countdown To The Reveal
Within the next 7 days, Ontario will unveil significant changes to the Construction Lien Act, which have been more than two years in the making.
Canada
2 Jun 2017
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Preserving Construction Lien Rights In Ontario
The construction industry in Ontario, Canada, contin- ues to be a multibillion-dollar-per-year industry.
Canada
10 May 2017
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Cash Or Credit? – Posting Security For Liens Post-Stuart Olson
The claim for lien ties up the owner's land, and allows the unpaid supplier to collect some of its debt from the sale of the owner's land if the debt goes unsatisfied.
Canada
19 Nov 2015
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