Exempt yourself from Rule 53 requirements for giving evidence with this one weird trick. Also featured inside this week’s edition: “Soil, not as stable as it looks”.
To have a just cause is to be in the right, but “technically right” is the best kind of right. Your timely reminder that statutes have regulations and regulations have bite.
A meditation on abandonment. Also a comparison of section 47 and rule 20 applications.
A stitch in time saves none (unless it’s properly documented in accordance with the terms of the contract).
In which a summary application goes from easy to nightmarish, and civil litigators encounter that most feared thing: the rules of evidence.
The future (of litigation procedure) doesn’t arrive on every doorstep at the same time.
Lessons Learned Preparation to dispute payment to a contractor should focus on ensuring that claims made by the owner agree with the owner’s documentary
Construction 2425 Bayview Avenue in North York is situated in the middle of one of Toronto’s most desirable neighbourhoods. A previous developer of the
Lessons Learned 1. Contrary to Inesco, a 1986 decision of the Ontario Superior Court, school portables can constitute a lienable improvement in the right
Lessons Learned Canadian courts and legislative bodies continue to promote efficient lien claims and protect them from the gravitational pull of pre-trial litigation sprawl,