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Cooper Equipment Rentals Acquires Star Rentals
On January 21, 2019, Cooper Equipment Rentals Limited ("Cooper") announced that it had acquired Star Rentals Ltd. In British Columbia, consistent with its pan-Canadian strategic growth plan.
Canada
28 Jan 2019
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A Client Asked Us: Aircraft Financing — The Mandatory Declaration Under The Cape Town Convention And Its Impact On Secured Creditors
We heard that a Contacting State can and shall make declarations with respect to certain articles of the Cape Town Convention at the time of ratification...
Canada
5 Oct 2017
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A Client Asked Us: Preserving Hypothecary Rights In Québec Following A Grantor's Asset Sale Completed Without Consent
Q: When a grantor of a movable hypothec alienates certain of its assets, is there a formality that must be completed by the secured party in order to preserve its rights?
Canada
5 Oct 2017
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A Banker Asked Us: Does The Cape Town Convention Affect Pre-Existing Rights And Interests Or Their Priorities In Canada?
We've heard about the expiration of the "grandfather clause" in the Cape Town Convention, whereby pre-existing rights and interests or their priorities in a State before the effective date of...
Canada
5 Jul 2017
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Québec: Acknowledgement Of Debt Saves Recovery Of Principal Bearing A Criminal Interest Rate
Pursuant to Section 347 of the Criminal Code, an effective annual interest rate that exceeds 60% of the total credit advanced under an agreement or arrangement is a criminal rate.
Canada
3 Oct 2016
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A Banker Asked Us: Determining The Amount Of A Québec Hypothec
The bank’s cross-country security package includes a moveable hypothec registered in Québec charging the Québec assets.
Canada
2 Jan 2014
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Ratification Of Cape Town Convention By The Government Of Canada: Its Effects On Aircraft Financing And Sale In The Majority Of The Provinces And Territories In Canada
On December 12, 2012, the federal government of Canada passed legislation that, in conjunction with various provincial laws, ratified its signature to the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment and the Protocol to the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment on Matters specific to Aircraft Equipment which occurred on March 31, 2004.
Canada
9 Apr 2013
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Hypothecs Not Denominated In Canadian Dollars Have Been Considered Invalid By The Québec Courts
For a hypothec to be considered valid under Québec law it is necessary that i) it be established for a particular amount and ii) such amount be precisely determinable in the deed of hypothec itself.
Canada
9 Apr 2013
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