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Defining parameters: Insurers duty to defend v. duty to indemnify

Canada - April 23 2018 Practically every business and homeowner obtains insurance to protect themselves against losses to their property or business caused by an unforeseen…

Deepshikha Dutt.

Case comment: 1043 Bloor Inc. v. 1714104 Ontario Inc. (2013 ONCA). Prescriptive easements and the doctrine of lost modern grant

Canada - October 9 2013 Prescriptive easements will only be awarded in the clearest of circumstances and not to the detriment of neighbourly conduct. The doctrine of lost…

Quentin Vander Schueren.

Tax Court of Canada issues a comprehensive ruling on privilege issues and the appropriate exercise of remedies to address deficient lists of documents

Canada - May 21 2013 In a recent Tax Court of Canada ruling on a motion heard in Imperial Tobacco Canada Limited v. The Queen, 2013 TCC 144 the Court considered a motion…

Onus in tax litigation: Federal Court of Appeal decision in House v. Her Majesty the Queen

Canada - December 1 2011 On August 11, 2011, the Federal Court of Appeal released its decision in House v. Her Majesty the Queen, in which Nadon J.A., writing for the Court, provides a clear restatement of the rules respecting the taxpayer’s onus in federal tax appeals.