Meet the litigant described by a veteran homebuilder as “the worst person we’ve ever built for”, learn the intricacies of repudiation.
Can a lien be cancelled if it claims an unreasonable amount owed? Can s. 24 of the Builders Lien Act be used as a backdoor method of cancelling a lien? Are remedies under the Land Title Act available in a builders’ lien action? Is there a price to be paid for asking these questions? The answers lie within.
A stitch in time saves none (unless it’s properly documented in accordance with the terms of the contract).
Elite Construction Inc. v. Canada serves as a stern reminder to construction contractors of the importance of abiding by contractual notice provisions.Elite Construction Inc. v.
One of the most contentious issues in building contracts is mechanism to ensure that the contractor is guaranteed payment for extras, and that the owner
In Mascareignes Sterling Co Ltd v Chang Cheng Esquares Co Ltd (Mauritius), the Privy Council of the United Kingdom recently set out some helpful principles
Contractor’s Claim For Extras And Changed Circumstances Held To Be Ineffective Due To Lack Of Particulars
In Ross-Clair v. Canada (Attorney General), the Ontario Court of Appeal has recently held that a contractor’s claim for extras and changed circumstances was ineffective