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Jurisdiction Of The Residential Tenancy Branch Clarified In Janus v. The Central Park Citizen Society, 2019 BCCA 1773.
On May 21st the Court of Appeal released its decision in Janus v. The Central Park Citizen Society, in which Whitelaw Twining acted for the successful appellant.
Canada
3 Jun 2019
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Re-Serve Your Formal Offer If You Want Double Costs After A Successful Appeal
Starline Windows manufactured and supplied windows for a condominium project in Calgary.
Canada
18 Oct 2018
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Landlords Denied Insurance Coverage after Tenant Drug Operation Burns Down Home: Carteri v Saskatchewan Mutual Insurance Co, 2018 SKQB 150
In a recent decision, the Saskatchewan Court of Queen's Bench held that an exclusionary clause in a landlord's home insurance policy, which excluded coverage to property used for the production of drugs, was not unjust or unreasonable,
Canada
3 Aug 2018
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Summary Judgment: A Tale Of Two Tests
A panel from the Alberta Court of Appeal recently issued their split decision in Whissell Contracting Ltd. v. Calgary (City), 2018 ABCA 204, on May 25, 2018. In that decision, the Court said summary judgment may be appropriate...
Canada
7 Jun 2018
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ABQB Uses MGA Defences To Dismiss Appeal
In Kowalchuk v. Blanchard, et al., (unreported), the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench recently applied the statutory defences under the Municipal Government Act to summarily dismiss the appeal of an unsuccessful amendment application.
Canada
9 May 2018
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Alberta Court Of Appeal Confirms Burden Of Proof For Summary Judgment And Test For Occupiers' Liability
In Stefanyk v. Sobeys, 2018 ABCA 125, the Alberta Court of Appeal recently confirmed the standard of proof for summary judgment applications as the civil standard.
Canada
6 Apr 2018
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Summary Dismissal Unsuccessful When Respondent Has Expert Evidence
In Bundschuh v. MacDonald Development Corporation, 2018 ABQB 188, Master Mason dismissed a summary dismissal application brought by one of the defendants because the plaintiffs served a Standard of Care Report raising a triable issue.
Canada
20 Mar 2018
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Due Diligence: One Letter Is Not Enough
Multi-party litigation is complex and Plaintiffs must exercise due diligence when ascertaining the identity of potential Defendants as soon as possible to avoid the expiry of limitation periods. The Alberta Court of Queen's Bench recently confirmed this in Condominium Corp. 0610078 v. Pointe of View Condominiums (Prestwick) Inc., 2016 ABQB 609.
Canada
5 Dec 2017
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