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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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Legal And Regulatory Issues Facing Building Owners And Property Managers
WeirFoulds Partners Jeff Cowan and Ryan Morris, and Associates Lia Boritz and Caitlin Stevens presented a paper on "Legal and Regulatory Issues Facing Building Owners and Property Managers"...
Canada
16 Apr 2019
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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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Ontario's New Standard Form Of Residential Lease: What Landlords And Property Managers Need To Know
Building on its 2017 expansion of rent control to all residential units and the City of Toronto's recent registration and maintenance obligations on residential landlords
Canada
12 Apr 2018
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Residential Landlords Beware! Toronto By-law Creates Onerous New Obligations
On March 28, 2017, Toronto City Council adopted Agenda Item LS17.1, which authorizes the creation of a new by-law (the "By-law") to govern apartment buildings in Toronto...
Canada
13 Apr 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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Don't Let Your Development Go To Pot! Tips For Leasing To Marijuana Retailers
Though this new policy is good politics, it also highlights the potentially-lucrative opportunity for landlords and tenants.
Canada
15 Nov 2016
8
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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Vacant Spaces: Challenges In The Economic Climate
In the challenges facing landlords in the current economic and market conditions, the municipal tax treatment of vacant space is not to be forgotten as some relief available for the carrying costs of vacant space.
Canada
5 Feb 2016
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Integrity Provisions And Leases With Federal Governmental Bodies
On July 3, 2015, the Government of Canada introduced a revamped "Integrity Regime" that applies to all real property transactions (including leases)
Canada
6 Oct 2015
12
Leasing Lessons From California: Is Your Co-Tenancy Clause Enforceable?
Most Canadians are familiar with many of California's notable attributes – from Hollywood, to Silicon Valley, giant redwoods, the former "Governator", Napa Valley wines and Alcatraz.
Canada
8 May 2015
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The (Carbon) Taxman Cometh: The Impact Of Carbon Taxes On Landlords And Tenants
A carbon tax is a tax on the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions generated from burning fossil fuels. In economic terms, it means putting a price on each tonne of GHG emitted.
Canada
2 Mar 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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An Unappealing Proposal: An Obligation To Negotiate In Good Faith?
Suppose for a moment that in negotiating a lease, the landlord was required to tell a prospective tenant that it had received no offers in the last six months.
Canada
16 Oct 2014
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The Covenant For Quiet Enjoyment - It Has Something To Do With Noise - But Not A Lot
Virtually every lease contains a quiet enjoyment clause and despite the name, it has little to do with decibel levels.
Canada
4 Dec 2013
17
Rooftop Solar Panels: Leased Property Considerations
A number of landlords, owners and tenants are installing rooftop solar panels on commercial properties.
Canada
14 Mar 2012
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Myopic Stubbornness And Other Hazards: A Few Of The Interesting Cases Of 2011
The Courts (and litigators) just can’t seem to get enough of fascinating legal expressions, such as "piercing the corporate veil", "spent breach", and "estoppel".
Canada
6 Dec 2011
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Nasty Neighbours Dispute Resolved On The Public Purse: The Lessons Learned
The Town of Meaford attracted the ire of the court by wading into a private property dispute between neighbours and spending significant public resources after doing so (The Corporation of the Municipality of Meaford v Grist et al, 2011 ONSC 5195 (released September 21, 2011)).
Canada
21 Oct 2011
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Construction Liens – Value of a Claim for Lien – s 35 of the Construction Lien Act
In 2004, the plaintiff Landmark II Inc. ("Landmark") entered into a written contract with the defendant 1535709 Ontario Limited ("1535709") to expand a truck parking lot on 1535709’s property.
Canada
21 Oct 2011
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