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The reasonableness standard in commercial agreements

Canada - October 30 2019 In drafting credit agreements, a borrower may qualify a consent or obligation of the lender with the standard of "acting reasonably." Financial…

Larisa Albu, Kelby Carter, Kate Yurkovich.

First court decision in Canada implementing the insolvency provisions of the Cape Town Convention

Canada - October 30 2019 In a recent matter handled by Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP (the "Transaction") representing a financial institution in the Canadian aviation market (the…

Marie-France Béland, Julie Djiezion, Rosalie Munger.

Ratification of Cape Town Convention by the government of Canada: its effects on aircraft financing and sale in the majority of the provinces and territories in Canada

Canada - March 28 2013 On December 12, 2012, the federal government of Canada passed legislation that, in conjunction with various provincial laws, ratified its signature…

Marie-France Béland, Scott Loong.

Electronic credit contracts and signatures under Quebec Consumer Law

Canada - July 24 2019 Can a consumer enter into a valid credit contract online under Quebec consumer law? Spoiler: The answer is yes. A contract in Quebec is, at its core…

The Consequences of a Merger on Secured Parties’ Rights

Canada - October 25 2018 Mergers and acquisitions are more and more frequent in our globalized, modern and fast-paced economy. According to statistics provided by The…

Larisa Albu.