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May 9, 2019 | Kevin M. Thompson

If a By-law Enforcement Officer Comes To My Door, Do I Have To Let Them In?

The question, “If there’s a by-law enforcement officer at my door, do I have to let them in?” is a question that comes up frequently...
Apr 29, 2019 | Christopher Mendes and Robert Mullin

Appellate Courts Weigh in on Business Judgment Rule – 2.0.

Friedrich v. Metropolitan Toronto Condominium Corporation No. 1018, 2019 ONCA 216   Introduction Friedrich v. Metro Toronto C.C. No. 1018, 2019 O...
Apr 2, 2019 | Marni Outerbridge

Understanding Notice of Termination and Termination of Pay

Employers are required to give their employees notice of their intention to terminate an employment relationship or pay in lieu of notice. If an empl...

Rights of Entry: Is A Man’s Condo His Castle?

Metropolitan Toronto Condominium Corp. 1328 v. 2145401 Ont. Inc. & Starkman, 2019 ONSC 733   Introduction: The proverb “[a] man’s...
Mar 18, 2019 | Kayla Gordon

Deposits in Real Estate Transactions and Pre-Incorporation Contracts

Benedetto v. 2453912 Ontario Inc. is a recent decision out of the Ontario Court of Appeal that provides a helpful summary of the rules regarding depos...
Mar 18, 2019 |

Bill 47 – Making Ontario Open for Business Act, 2018

Bill 47 – Making Ontario Open for Business Act, 2018 On November 21, 2018, Bill 47, the Making Ontario Open for Business Act, 2018 (the “A...
Mar 11, 2019 | Keera Merkley

Determining A Couple’s Net Family Property After Separation

After a separation, determining a couple’s net family property — based on what is and is not excluded property — can be complex. On...
Feb 19, 2019 | Jennifer Trommelen-Jones

Differences Between Sole-Proprietorship, Partnership, or a Corporation in Ontario

Generally speaking, there are three ways to register a business in Ontario: sole proprietorship, partnership, or a corporation. Sole proprietorship A...
Feb 19, 2019 | Kaitlyn Armstrong

How Long Do You Have to Live Together Before Being Considered a Common Law Spouse in Ontario?

Our Family Lawyers at SV Law are frequently consulted on the legal rights and remedies available to common law spouses upon a breakdown of a relations...
Dec 17, 2018 | Christopher Mendes

Condominium Authority Tribunal: Records, Records and More Records

Introduction: With the changes to the Condominium Act, 1998, S.O. 1998, c.19 (the “Act”) that began rolling out in late 2017, the Condomi...
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