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Inconvenient Termination: The Financial Impact Of Terminating Public-Private Partnership ("P3") Projects
The enormous success of the P3 model in delivering on time and on budget public infrastructure can see troubled waters when new Governments arrive with a different political ideology...
Canada
14 Jun 2018
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2015 In Review: Significant Increase In Leveraged Investments By The Aboriginal Loan Guarantee Program
Ontario's Aboriginal Loan Guarantee Program ("ALGP") has concluded another successful year of growth.
Canada
18 Dec 2015
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Asset-Based Lending: Recent Developments Of Importance
Against a backdrop of high growth, competitive pressure, reduced pricing and more aggressive deal structures in the Canadian asset-based lending market, some of the current legal developments in Canada in this area may present both opportunities and challenges for asset-based lenders.
Canada
1 May 2008
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OSFI Ruling Creates New Opportunities For Foreign-Based Monoline Insurers
The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has provided welcome clarification of the law which will further open the door to the use of financial guarantee insurance in the context of Canadian infrastructure projects.
Canada
27 Nov 2007
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Liability for Air Navigation and Airport Service Charges
Aircraft lessors and financiers may be held liable for Canadian air navigation and airport service charges incurred by airlines operating the aircraft as a result of a recent decision by the Supreme Court of Canada.
Canada
10 Aug 2006
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OSC Issues List of "Top Ten" Deficiencies of Limited Market Dealers
The Ontario Securities Commission (the "OSC" or "Commission") recently published Staff Notice 11-758 – Review of Limited Market Dealers which summarizes the Commission’s findings from a compliance review (the "Compliance Review") of a group of limited market dealers ("LMDs") undertaken in 2005.
Canada
 
9 Aug 2006
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Succession Planning for the Family Cottage
One of the most difficult assets to deal with in an estate plan is a family cottage. Although you may want to keep the cottage in the family, it is often difficult to develop a plan that is tax-effective and that ensures equitable enjoyment of this asset by those family members who have an interest in maintaining it.
Canada
30 Jun 2004
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