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Rolling Limitation Periods: What Resets The Clock?
What will establish a "rolling" limitation period? In other words, why does the limitation clock start over again in one case, but not another?
Canada
8 Aug 2019
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Timing Is Everything: Subrogation Claims In The Context Of A Construction Loss
It is often perceived that subrogation claims are barred in the context of a construction loss.
Canada
31 Aug 2018
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Fourth Time's Not A Charm: A Case Of Subrogation Despite Contrasting Trilogy Of Decisions By The Supreme Court Of Canada
The Court found that there was no bar and set out a useful summary of the law in this area.
Canada
30 Aug 2018
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Fourth Time's Not A Charm: A Case Of Subrogation Despite Contrasting Trilogy Of Decisions By The Supreme Court Of Canada
In Royal Host GP Inc. v. 1842259 Ontario Ltd., 2018 ONCA 467, the Ontario Court of Appeal recently examined whether there was a bar to subrogation in a commercial lease.
Canada
27 Jul 2018
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Race To "Get A Foot In The Door" Of The Recreational Cannabis Industry Raises Potentially Legal Issues
Canadian cannabis producers are in a race to increase their size and gain capital ahead of Canada's planned recreational cannabis legalization in July 2018.
Canada
4 Dec 2017
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Don't Let Your Development Go To Pot! Tips For Leasing To Marijuana Retailers
Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau's Liberal government is marching forward on carrying out one of its most well-publicized campaign promises: the legalization of marijuana.
Canada
17 Nov 2016
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Premises Damaged By Fire? Don't Be Left Holding The Bag
In an article from January 2015, we cautioned landlords and tenants to pay particular attention to the interplay of insurance and indemnity clauses in a commercial lease...
Canada
20 Jun 2016
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Premises Damaged By Fire? Don't Be Left Holding The Bag
In an article from January 2015, we cautioned landlords and tenants to pay particular attention to the interplay of insurance and indemnity clauses in a commercial lease as a result of the Superior Court of Justice's...
Canada
17 Jun 2016
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The Carter Decision — What’s Next?
Our Estate Alert of February 6, 2015 discussed the Supreme Court of Canada's decision of Carter v. Canada (Attorney General) that was released that day.
Canada
19 Feb 2015
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Beware: Insurance, Indemnity, And Terms Not As They Appear
Landlords and tenants should always be thinking about the relationship between an obligation to insure and a lease’s indemnity clause...
Canada
6 Feb 2015
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Changing The Legal Landscape Of Unjust Enrichment Claims
The Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in Kerr v Baranow (2011 SCC 10) earlier this year changed the legal landscape for unjust enrichment claims in domestic relationships.
Canada
11 Jan 2012
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Rondel v Robinson Estate
This appeal challenged the common law position on the inadmissibility of direct extrinsic evidence of a testator’s intention in the face of an unambiguous will.
Canada
29 Sep 2011
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A Fair Share?
The movie cliché of the red-faced father slamming polished mahogany and declaring his daughter "will get nothing!" because she is marrying an unacceptable suitor may become a thing of the past. In Canadian movies, anyhow.
Canada
9 Nov 2010
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Low Interest Rates Threatening an Income Trust? There is a Solution.
A trustee appointed under a Will must follow strictly the directions given in the Will.
Canada
8 Sep 2010
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Some Further Thoughts On Costs In Estate Litigation
In the October 2009 edition of Deadbeat, Elizabeth Seo provided a helpful survey of recent costs decisions in estates litigation. A decision released by Justice Pitt in late October 2009 throws additional light on the issue of costs.
Canada
17 Mar 2010
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