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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.

Court affirms right of province to “take up” treaty lands Grassy Narrows First Nation v. Ontario (Natural Resources)

Canada - July 16 2014 Natural resource companies conducting operations on the basis of provincially granted authorizations have received a welcome confirmation from the...

Joan M. Young.

Business interests working through parts of Canada's identity: Aboriginal law and federalism

Canada - June 28 2013 The Ontario Court of Appeal earlier this year provided some helpful confirmation to companies in the natural resources sector seeking licenses from...

Stevie O'Brien.

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.

Aboriginal claims another layer of complexity and risk for the construction industry

Canada - July 5 2011 Aboriginal claims have become a crucial consideration to developers and others in the construction industry seeking to manage risk effectively and deliver successful development projects...

Martin G. Masse, Caroline Samara.