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The essential guide to settlement in Canada

Canada - December 18 2013 The vast majority of civil disputes are settled before trial, and that means it is vital for in-house counsel, lawyers and others who deal regularly…

Co-authors: David Debenham, Benjamin M. Bathgate, Brent McPherson, Brad Hanna, Lindsay Lorimer.


A financial institution is condemned to live with its own mistake: a loan with a 0% interest rate is maintained by the Quebec Court

Canada - May 16 2012 In Caisse populaire Desjardins d'Aylmer v. Roy, the Quebec Court dismissed a claim against two individuals (the "Debtors") by a financial institution ("CPDA") for payment of interest allegedly due on a loan.