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Decisions, decisions faced with non-payment, contractors must pursue the right claim and remedy

Canada - September 14 2011 Contractors providing their services and materials to construction projects in exchange for instalment payments must carefully consider their options when payments are missed...

Mark Wiffen.

Subcontractors May Unknowingly Lack General Lien Rights

Canada - November 4 2016 A subcontractor’s lien rights can be limited by the prime contract, even if the subcontractor has never seen it. In Yorkwest Plumbing Supply Inc. v...

Laura Brazil.

Chinese drywall construction products claims and coverage issues

Canada - July 26 2010 The words "Chinese drywall" may at the moment mean very little to Canadian manufacturers, contractors, suppliers and home builders....

Lindsay Lorimer, Tamara Ramusovic.

Change is Coming to Ontario's Construction Lien Act - What Do You Need to Know for 2018?

Canada - March 5 2018 As detailed in past McMillan Bulletins from December 2017 and February 2018, on December 12, 2017, Bill 142, the Construction Lien Amendment Act, 2017...

Nicole Rozario, Annik Forristal.

Judicial review - another weapon to challenge government tendering decisions?

Canada - May 14 2010 A contractor puts its best foot forward in a tender process run by a provincial ministry, only to find that a non-compliant bid has won the contract....

Catherine Doyle, Jeffrey Levine.