An Italian restaurant serves up a tale of betrayal and vengeance, featuring financial ruin, a wildfire, and untimely death. Even more interesting, a study of when exactly a landlord acquires liability for a builders’ lien.
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 meditation on abandonment. Also a comparison of section 47 and rule 20 applications.
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.
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 Do not assume that because a closely-related matter is working its way through the appellate courts that the limitation period in your
What Is The Priority Between Building Mortgages And Construction Liens In Respect Of Holdback Amounts Greater Than The Statutory Holdback?
The priorities between lienholders and mortgagees under the Construction Lien Act are not easy to understand. They are even more difficult to understand and apply