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Blaneys Ontario Court of Appeal Summaries

Canada - February 23 2018 In Isaac Estate v. Matuszynska, a majority of the court upheld the motion judge’s application of the doctrine of “emergency” when determining the...

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Claims against competitors for business interference must meet strict new Supreme Court test to succeed

Canada - March 31 2014 If you are thinking about suing a competitor for interfering with your business because of its improper dealings with a third party, your case will...


The case of the vanishing tenant

Canada - April 4 2013 In the middle of the night, a commercial tenant removes all its goods and chattels of value and, without prior warning, ceases operating its business...


That's what it says, but it's not what we meant - rectifying a contract

Canada - October 10 2012 Parties to a contract (or one party to a contract) may discover that the contract they signed and filed away in their desks does not accurately reflect the deal they thought they had entered....