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No Matter The Chatter, The Bid Is The Bottom Line: N.S. Supreme Court Issues A Reminder In CF Construction v. Town Of Westville
Lawyers regularly encourage clients to be proactive and discuss potential issues with third parties before they become real problems.
Canada
27 Jun 2018
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Mcinnes Cooper's Meghan Felt & David Nurse In The NLCA's 2018 Construction Journal | The Atlantic Immigration Pilot: A Test Flight For The Newfoundland & Labrador Construction Industry
Canada's average age is increasing and its population decreasing, drastically reducing available workers – and neither Newfoundland and Labrador, nor its construction industry, have escaped these trends.
Canada
20 Dec 2017
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Better Late Than Never: N.S. Government Enacts Early Release Of Holdback Regulations
Early release of holdback will not apply to single family residences owned or occupied by the owner or their spouse if the value of the work involved is $75,000 or less.
Canada
3 May 2017
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Confidentiality Risks Of Doing Business With The Public Sector Just Got Riskier: Completed NS Access To Information Requests Go Online
Doing business with the public sector creates an often overlooked – but very real – risk that the confidential information a business typically discloses will end up in a competitor's hands.
Canada
30 Jan 2017
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This Bridge Is Not For (Lien) Sale: N.S. Court Decides Macdonald Bridge Cannot Be Liened In Certification Coating Specialists. v. Cherubini Et.Al.
There is an old expression about "selling the Brooklyn Bridge". Recently, a bankrupt subcontractor attempted to register a lien against the MacDonald Bridge spanning Halifax Harbour.
Canada
23 Nov 2016
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Supreme Court Of Canada Gives A Lesson In Insurance Contract Interpretation In Ledcor Construction Ltd. v. Northbridge Indemnity Insurance Co.
On September 15, 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada decided certain damage to a building under construction was covered under the relevant builders' risk policy in a decision that's particularly relevant to builder's risk insurers.
Canada
23 Sep 2016
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Supreme Court Of Canada Decides Indian Bands Assessing Leased Reserve Lands For Property Tax Purposes Can't Have It Both Ways In Musqueam Indian Band v. Musqueam Indian Band (Board Of Review)
The Supreme Court of Canada decided that an Indian band assessing the value of leased reserve lands for property tax purposes is still subject to the "highest and best use" principle...
Canada
13 Sep 2016
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Common Ground: Retail & Commercial Condominium Financing
The condo real estate market, both retail and commercial, is hot. But condo developers and unit buyers need funding.
Canada
2 Aug 2016
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Realtor Risk Management: 10 Practical Tips To Help Realtors Manage Litigation Risk
Obtaining and communicating information is one of the realtor's key objectives because it allows the realtor to protect her client's interests.
Canada
21 Jun 2016
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Canada
21 Jun 2016
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Newfoundland & Labrador Crown Immunity For Mechanics' Lien Holdbacks: 3 Key Risks For Subcontractors In Brook Construction (2007) v. Blackwood Contractors Ltd.
It's now certain: in Newfoundland & Labrador, liens can't be placed on Crown land or holdbacks with the possible exemption allowing for a lien to be placed on the holdback for public streets.
Canada
27 May 2016
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Tread Carefully: 10 Considerations For Right Of Way Agreements
Every party to a Right of Way has some idea of what that Right of Way is – but many times, those ideas are different.
Canada
23 May 2016
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Canada
10 May 2016
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Complying With Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) – A Blueprint For The Construction Industry
The construction industry might be relaxing, ignoring the hype around Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation, and thinking it’s targeted at "spammers".
Canada
2 Dec 2014
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PE Court Of Appeal Says "Knowledge" Not "Notice" Of Lien Sufficient For Priority Over Subsequent Mortgage
On July 9, 2014, the Prince Edward Island Court of Appeal released its much awaited decision in BMO v. 100875 P.E.I. Inc. The decision will have a significant impact on PE’s construction industry and its financiers going forward
Canada
28 Oct 2014
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SCC Says Province Has "Crown" Powers (And Obligations) In Traditional Aboriginal Treaties
On July 11, 2014, the Supreme Court of Canada confirmed that the "Crown" in historical treaties with First Nations groups includes both the provincial and the federal governments
Canada
15 Oct 2014
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SCC Sets Test For – And Defines Rights Of – Aboriginal Title In Canada
On June 26, 2014, in a groundbreaking decision on Aboriginal title, the Supreme Court of Canada significantly elaborated on the legal test for Aboriginal title in Canada.
Canada
10 Oct 2014
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What’s In The Pipe? Municipal Liability For Flood And Sewage Back-Up Claims
April showers bring … flood and sewage back-up claims.
Canada
6 Oct 2014
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