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Deadline Approaching For Compliance With Record-Keeping Requirements Pursuant To The Ontario Business Corporations Act (OBCA)
The Forfeited Corporate Property Act (FCPA), which came into force on December 10, 2016, requires corporations incorporated under the OBCA to maintain a register of their ownership interests in land.
Canada
30 Nov 2018
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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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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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Good, Better, Best: The Consequences Of Agreeing To Use Best Efforts In A Commercial Lease
Parties negotiating a lease often negotiate the standard that must be met when fulfilling their contractual obligations.
Canada
 
26 Apr 2012
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New Standard? Purchaser's Responsibility To Prove A Misrepresentation Or Omission Was Material. Case Comment: Sharbern Holding Inc. v. Vancouver Airport Centre Ltd., Supreme Court Of Canada
In many commercial situations, legislation mandates a vendor, issuer or other party to disclose relevant information regarding the transaction at hand.
Canada
18 Oct 2011
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Electronic Delivery Of Real Estate Contracts: Enforceable Or Not Enforceable?
Developments in technology in the last decade have sped up signing and delivery of contracts.
Canada
16 Apr 2010
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Focus On Real Estate
We all take some comfort on the acquisition of commercial real estate when the purchaser is able to obtain a reasonable number of estoppels [covering a good portion of the rentable area of the building(s) being purchased].
Canada
 
16 Sep 2009
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