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Can You Register A Builders Lien For Pre-Construction Services on a Cancelled Project? - Case Comment: Shelly Morris Business Services Ltd v Syncor Solutions Limited

Canada - January 7 2021 In the recent decision of Shelly Morris Business Services Ltd v Syncor Solutions Limited,[1] the Supreme Court of British Columbia assessed whether a…

Jacob Stucken, Jamieson D. Virgin, Jeremy Rankin.

Litigating During COVID-19: Still Possible

Canada - May 4 2020 The COVID-19 outbreak has changed the day-to-day practice of litigation in Canada. While Canadian courts continue to adapt to the temporary reality of…

Kyle Lambert, Paola Ramirez, Rachel Cooper, Shari Munk-Manel, Shea Coulson, Simon Paransky.

No Longer the Wild West: Alberta's New Prompt Payment and Construction Lien Act and What You Need to Know

Canada - November 10 2020 There are major changes to Alberta’s Builders’ Lien Act on the horizon that will impact all stakeholders in the construction pyramid. Bill 37, the…

Jamieson D. Virgin, Jason J. Annibale, Laura Brazil.

Supreme Court of Canada Denies Leave to Appeal in "Virginia Hills" Linear Property Tax Case: Northern Sunrise County, et al. v. Bank of Nova Scotia, et al., 2019 SCC 38587

Canada - September 5 2019 On August 29, 2019, the Supreme Court of Canada denied the application brought by three municipalities (the “Municipalities”) seeking leave to appeal…

Adam C. Maerov, Kourtney Rylands, Richard Jones.

Supreme Court of Canada Allows Redwater Appeal: Regulator entitled to super-priority for abandonment and reclamation costs

Canada - January 31 2019 A five judge majority of the Supreme Court of Canada has allowed an appeal brought by the Alberta Energy Regulator (“AER”) and the Orphan Well…

Adam C. Maerov, Kourtney Rylands.