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The Directors' Briefing: Conflicts Of Interest By Officers
There always seem to be new cases raising novel directors' or officers' conflict of interest issues which directors and officers should be aware of.
Canada
10 Sep 2018
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Risk Allocation In Leases - An Update On Deslaurier Custom Cabinets V. 1728106 Ontario Inc.
The allocation of risk in a commercial lease is an issue that both landlords and tenants, and their lawyers, spend a considerable amount of time negotiating prior to the start of a lease.
Canada
1 May 2018
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An Update On Deslaurier Custom Cabinets V. 1728106 Ontario Inc.**
The allocation of risk in a commercial lease is an issue that both landlords and tenants, and their lawyers, spend a considerable amount of time negotiating prior to the start of a lease.
Canada
28 Feb 2018
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Property Leasing: Recent Developments Of Importance
While commercial leases will vary from agreement to agreement, all leases will contain provisions that aim to protect the rights of the landlord and the tenant.
Canada
25 Aug 2017
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Property Leasing Recent Developments Of Importance
While commercial leases will vary from agreement to agreement, all leases will contain provisions that aim to protect the rights of the landlord and the tenant.
Canada
24 Aug 2017
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What Rights Do Commercial Landlords Have When A Tenant Defaults?
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has reaffirmed that when a commercial tenant fundamentally defaults on its lease, the landlord is entitled to treat the lease as ongoing and sue for rent...
Canada
7 Apr 2017
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Irvin Schein's Blog: Arbitration Dilemma - What If You Do Not Have A Willing Dance Partner?
It has now become commonplace for commercial agreements to include mandatory arbitration clauses.
Canada
3 Apr 2017
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Scary Communication Issues For The Real Estate Practitioner
It is elementary that, where a party to a contract wishes to benefit from a right of waiver of a condition in that contract and where he is contractually obliged to exercise that right within a limited time...
Canada
4 Nov 2016
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You Have Breached A Contract: Can An Exclusion Clause Protect You From A Damage Claim?
In this case, Dr. Chuang entered into an agreement with Toyota to build and operate a Lexus dealership in downtown Toronto.
Canada
2 Aug 2016
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Must A Party To A Renewable Contract Give Reasonable Notice Of Non-Renewal?
The recent case of Data & Scientific Ink v. Oracle Corporation may open the door to a cause of action against a party to a renewable contract for failure to give the other contracting party notice of non-renewal.
Canada
15 Jan 2016
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When Can A Ski Resort Be Liable For A Skier's Injuries?
The recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court in Trimmeliti v. Blue Mountain Resorts Limited is a useful reminder of the difficulty that an injured skier will face in suing a ski resort for a personal injury incurred on the slopes.
Canada
10 Sep 2015
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Matt Maurer's Blog "Court Of Appeal Unable To Review Lower Decision – Forced To Grant Appeal" Posted On Slaw
The Court of Appeal has granted an appeal because the inadequacy of the endorsement of the motion judge rendered the Court of Appeal unable to "conduct a meaningful review of his decision."
Canada
5 Jun 2014
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The Latest On Restrictive Covenants In Partnership Agreements
The recent decision of the Court of Appeal in Greenaway vs Sovran brings forward an interesting point about the enforceability of a restrictive covenant in a partnership agreement involving only two partners.
Canada
20 Feb 2014
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The Latest on the Duty of Good Faith Between Contracting Parties
The recent case of Ashbury Cleaners v. Crisolago Holdings may make the murky world of the law concerning the duty of good faith between contracting parties even murkier.
Canada
19 Dec 2013
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Dealer Agreement Renewals: Ask Not For Whom The Bell Tolls...
The scenario is an ominous one, and all too frequent. You are an Ontario car dealer under a dealer agreement with the manufacturer that goes back for a number of years.
Canada
15 Mar 2012
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