The last two articles have dealt with the recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Envoy Relocation Services Inc. v. Canada (Attorney
The Ontario Court of Appeal recently dealt with the issue of what sort of representations amount to fraud, and what representations survive an “entire agreements”
Is a party to a contract obligated to mitigate its damages at the same time that it is asking the court to order specific performance?
Construction projects don’t often proceed without a lender. And often there is an interim lender which provides financing pending the advancement of funds by the
Can an informal tender process which is not part of a bid depository system give rise to liability for negligent misrepresentation? Can it give rise
Owners and contractors should always avoid undertaking a project without a contract. But if they do build the project without a contract, the British Columbia
In my article of April 2011, I reported about the decision in Aecon Buildings v. Stephenson Engineering Limited. In that decision, the Ontario Court of
An addition to my April 17, 2011 article on the start of a limitation period for a negligent construction claim has been made due to