In which the right to enjoy an afternoon beer on your rooftop patio is balanced against large economic losses to a construction company. The score at halftime? Beer: 1, Construction Company: 0.
The Duty Good Faith in Contractual Discretionary Powers – Dominus/Cityzen Brampton SWQRP Inc. v. The Corporation of the City of Brampton
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice (the “Court”) recently dealt with the question of what constitutes a breach of the duty of good faith contractual
Construction law practitioners must keep their eyes and ears open to the evolving case law in other areas of the law. That case law may
You would think that the owner would get one thing right before issuing an invitation for tenders: its standard for evaluating the tenders. Yet, in
The recent judgment of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom in Cavendish Square Holding BV v Talal El Makdessi is a must-read for anyone
Generally speaking, damages for a non-financial loss are not awarded for the breach of a business contract. That is because those sorts of damages are
What is the appropriate remedy when a contractor fails to build the building in accordance with the specifications but the deficiencies are not proven to
In my last article, I dealt with the recent decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in Bhasin v. Hrynew. In that decision, the Supreme
In its recent decision in Bhasin v. Hrynew, the Supreme Court of Canada has established two fundamental principles for the Canadian common law of contract.