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"No Good Deed Goes Unpunished" - Case Comment Ė Re Koziey Estate, 2019 ABCA 43
In the recent decision Re Koziey Estate (2019 ABCA 43) the Alberta Court of Appeal confirmed that adverse possession is still alive and well in Alberta
Canada
29 Jul 2019
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Tenants Who Move Under Cover Of Darkness: Using The Bulk Sales Act To Recoup Losses Incurred At The Hands Of Rogue Tenants
Retail landlords may have a powerful statutory remedy against defaulting retail tenants who sell all or substantially all of their goods and merchandise.
Canada
24 Jun 2016
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Limited Partnerships And Leasehold Transfers: Hudson's Bay Company v OMERS Realty Corporation
The Ontario Court of Appeal's recent decision in Hudson's Bay Company v OMERS Realty Corporation addresses a novel lease transfer issue that goes to the heart of the difference between "control" and "interest".
Canada
15 Mar 2016
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Criminal Negligence Conviction For Landlord Who Disregarded Fire Code Violations, Deceived Fire Inspector
An appeal court has upheld the conviction of a landlord for criminal negligence causing death after numerous Fire Code violations led to a tenant's death.
Canada
31 Dec 2015
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The Canadian Retail Report
Our Canadian Retail Report provides you with practical content to keep you current on developments that affect retailers in Canada.
Canada
5 Jun 2015
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Avoid A Flood Of Uncertainty: Draft To Include Costs That Arenít Maintenance, Repair, Or Replacement In A Commercial Lease
The flooding experienced by many parts of the country over the last year may be partly behind changes to the Ontario Building Code.
Canada
9 Jul 2014
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Case Comment: "Parsons Precast Inc. v. Sbrissa"
Following a recent case, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice released "Parsons Precast Inc. v. Sbrissa", another decision involving a landlord and tenant fighting over the cost of parking lot work.
Canada
15 May 2013
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Why Landlords Should Think Twice Before Terminating
A recent decision of the British Columbia Court of Appeal is a useful caution for commercial landlords when they are considering whether there is a right to terminate a lease and what the risk might be if the termination is wrongful.
Canada
3 Dec 2012
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Thatís Unreasonable! Whereís My Consent?
Commercial leases often include clauses that require a tenant or landlord to consent to a particular action, such as requiring the landlordís consent to a tenantís proposed assignment of the lease, or requiring the tenant to consent to a location to which the landlord proposes to relocate the tenant.
Canada
3 Dec 2012
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Legal Fallout From Falling Glass
There has been much publicity regarding the incidents of falling glass from condo balconies in Toronto over the past year.
Canada
20 Apr 2012
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Focus On Real Estate - November 2011
Many contractors assume that their work on leasehold improvements automatically gives them a right to lien the landlordís interest as well as the tenantís interest in the improved property.
Canada
7 Dec 2011
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Supreme Court of Canada Confirms Duty to Defend on CGL Policies Case Note: Progressive Homes Ltd. v. Lombard General Insurance Co. of Canada, 2010 SCC 33
In the landmark decision of Progressive Homes Ltd. v. Lombard General Insurance Co. of Canada, 2010 SCC 33, the Supreme Court of Canada settled the inconsistent case law concerning the interpretation of CGL insurance policies and whether a general contractorís CGL policy can cover damage arising from defective workmanship.
Canada
15 Dec 2010
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BOMA 2010: Changes to the Standard of Measurement
The American National Standards Institute and the Building Owners and Managers Association publish the "Office Buildings: Standard Methods of Measurement" ("BOMA Office Standard").
Canada
 
11 Nov 2010
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From "Ingenius" To "Repugnant" In Two Decades: Landlord Termination Rights On A Transfer
Sophisticated landlords often include in commercial leases so-called "shot gun" termination clauses in respect of a tenantís request to assign a lease or sublease its premises to another party (a "transfer").
Canada
16 Apr 2010
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Focus On Real Estate - November 2009
Jameson House Properties Ltd. and Jameson House Ventures Ltd. (the Jameson Companies) were incorporated to develop a 37-storey mixed-use building in downtown Vancouver called Jameson House.
Canada
 
2 Dec 2009
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Harmonized Sales Tax- Recent Announcement That Will Affect Your Condominium Sales
On Friday, June 19, 2009, the Province released Single Sales Tax Information Notice No. 2 dated June 18, 2009 providing further details on the implementation of the Harmonized Sales Tax announced in the 2009 Ontario Budget.
Canada
6 Jul 2009
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Focus On Real Estate - June, 2009
Welcome to the National Real Estate newsletter, updating you on the latest issues affecting real estate and the property development market.
Canada
 
17 Jun 2009
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Focus On Real Estate - June, 2009
Welcome to the National Real Estate newsletter, updating you on the latest issues affecting real estate and the property development market.
Canada
 
15 Jan 2007
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