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New Tenant, More Tax?
When landlords change the tenants to whom they lease their buildings, they need to consider how the new tenant will use the property.
Canada
28 Feb 2019
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Commercial Landlords Active Stakeholders In CCAA Restructurings
Mario Forte wrote Commercial Landlords Active Stakeholders in CCAA Restructurings for the Fall/Winter edition of Rebuilding Success magazine.
Canada
13 Sep 2018
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Section 39 Rights To Information Under The New Construction Act
The first phase of amendments to Ontario's Construction Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.C. 30 (the Act) came into force on July 1, 2018.
Canada
11 Sep 2018
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Payless Canada Goes DIP-Less
In Recent Payless Decision Ontario Court Sides with Landlords and Refuses to Grant DIP Recognition Order, showing that Recognition of US DIP Orders under the CCAA is not Automatic.
Canada
10 May 2017
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Harvey Haber's December 2015 Helpful Commercial Leasing, Arbitration And Mediation Tips
On the Landlord's site plan, indicate that the area hatched in black sets out the approximate location of the leased premises.
Canada
29 Dec 2015
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Harvey Haber's October 2015 Helpful Commercial Leasing, Arbitration And Mediation Tips
If you are a Tenant and want to exercise the right in your lease to extend the Term, make sure that you give the required Notice of Extension on time, and in accordance with the Notice provisions in the Lease.
Canada
6 Nov 2015
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Harvey Haber's June 2015 Helpful Commercial Leasing, Arbitration And Mediation Tips
Many leases now provide that the payment of rent by the tenant to the landlord is to be made by electronic debit from the tenant's account.
Canada
1 Jul 2015
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Harvey Haber Speaks At 2015 SpringFest Conference
On Thursday April 30th, Harvey Haber was included as a feature speaker at this year's Annual SpringFest Conference held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
Canada
12 May 2015
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Harvey Haber's May 2015 Helpful Commercial Leasing, Arbitration And Mediation Tips
It is not clear how far our courts will be willing to accept an argument that a breach of a covenant to repair by a landlord can amount to a fundamental breach entitling a commercial tenant to treat the lease as terminated.
Canada
12 May 2015
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Helpful Commercial Leasing, Arbitration And Mediation Tips - February 2015
At common law, a landlord has no implied legal duty to repair commercial premises, despite the fact that the landlord is aware of a proposed usage that will require modifications to the existing premises.
Canada
4 Mar 2015
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Harvey Haberís December 2014 Helpful Commercial Leasing, Arbitration And Mediation Tips
Whether it is in an offer to lease or in the lease itself, do not outline the tenantís premises in red.
Canada
7 Jan 2015
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Harvey Haberís October Helpful Commercial Leasing, Arbitration And Mediation Tips
Is the Lease really the entire agreement? Usually the answer is YES, but sometimes the court will look outside of the lease to examine an issue that appears to be ambiguous.
Canada
5 Nov 2014
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Commercial Leasing, Arbitration And Mediation Tips
A landlord should make sure there is a definitely ascertainable commencement date for the lease, as otherwise a court may determine that without it, the lease is void and of no force or effect.
Canada
7 Nov 2013
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