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Doing Business In Canada - September 2018
Aird & Berlis is pleased to present the September 2018 edition of Doing Business in Canada. This publication was developed to provide a general overview of Canadian federal and Ontario law, and is intended for those planning to start, acquire or invest in a business in Canada.
Canada
8 Oct 2018
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Leasing To Cannabis Businesses
The Controlled Drugs and Substances Act currently lists cannabis as a controlled substance.
Canada
17 Oct 2017
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The Cannabis Act And Residential Tenancies
In April, the federal government introduced Bill C-45 (the "Cannabis Act"), which provides for the legalization of recreational marijuana in June 2018.
Canada
23 Aug 2017
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Key Changes To The Residential Tenancies Act And The New Tax Regimes Under Ontario's Fair Housing Plan
On April 24, 2017, the Ontario government introduced new legislation, the Rental Fairness Act, 2017 which includes a number of proposed amendments to the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 (the "RTA").
Canada
23 May 2017
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Ontario Proposes To Restrict Landlords From Passing Cap And Trade Costs To Tenants
On March 23, 2017, the Ontario Ministry of Housing issued a Notice in the Regulatory Registry proposing changes to the General Regulation under the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006.
Canada
5 Apr 2017
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Ontario's Putting Consumers First Act Aims To Ban Door-To-Door Sales Of HVAC Equipment
On November 3, 2016, the Ontario government introduced Bill 59, which is titled the Putting Consumers First Act (Consumer Protection Statute Law Amendment Act), 2016.
Canada
14 Nov 2016
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Trustee Cannot Disclaim Bankrupt Landlord's Lease
In Aventura, His Honour noted that the Purchaser opted to play "hard ball" and sought to manipulate the powers of the Trustee to its financial advantage.
Canada
 
21 Dec 2015
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Trustee Cannot Disclaim Bankrupt Landlord's Lease
The Tenant brought a motion under section 37 of the BIA to reverse the Trustee's decision to disclaim the Lease, which motion was allowed.
Canada
11 Dec 2015
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Landlord Consent Is Required To Overhold
Landlords and tenants often seek advice on what happens when the tenant wishes to remain in the leased premises after the lease term expires, but the parties have not extended or renewed the lease.
Canada
6 Jun 2013
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Drafting An Effective Lease Indemnity Agreement
When negotiating a lease, a landlord may require that the tenant provide security for the performance of the tenant’s obligations under the lease.
Canada
28 May 2013
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Residential Tenancies - Comment on Matthews v. Algoma Timberlakes Corporation
In Matthews v. Algoma Timberlakes Corporation, 2010 ONCA 468, the Ontario Court of Appeal was asked to determine whether the protections of the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006, S.O. 2006, c. 17 (the "RTA") extend to tenants who lease recreational property.
Canada
14 Jan 2011
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Landlord Financial Hardship - The Experience Of American Tenants: Do The Same Rules Apply Here?
As a result of financial challenges facing a number of American landlords including, most notably, General Growth Properties (the owner of over 220 malls across the United States), much has been written about the impact of landlord bankruptcy on the rights of tenants.
Canada
12 Mar 2010
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Subleasing: A Potentially Risky Proposition
Many commercial tenants, hit hard by the economic downturn, especially those locked into long-term leases, are seeking to sublet a portion of their unused rented space to defray rent and operating costs.
Canada
 
12 Mar 2010
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Real Estate Law
On May 22, 2009, the City of Toronto released its first draft of a new Comprehensive Zoning By-law for the amalgamated City.
Canada
 
8 Sep 2009
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New Provincial Housing Rebate And Transitional HST Rules For Real Property
The 2009 Ontario Budget proposed a single-value added sales tax ("HST") to replace the current system of federal Goods and Services Tax ("GST") and the provincial Retail Sales Tax ("RST").
Canada
8 Sep 2009
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Choosing the Right Remedies to Enforce Security
In the period immediately following a default by a borrower, a mortgage lender is often faced with a number of strategic issues to consider.
Canada
4 Feb 2009
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Renewals vs. Extensions Of Lease Terms
As commercial tenants do not have a default legal entitlement to renew or extend an existing lease, a common element of many leases is a right in favour of the tenant to continue its occupancy beyond the expiry of the current term.
Canada
4 Feb 2009
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