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Jan 27, 2020 | Jennifer Trommelen-Jones

Can the Sole Shareholder of a Private Corporation Dispose of Corporate Assets in Their Will?

In the recent decision of Trezzi v Trezzi, 2019 ONCA 978, the Court of Appeal confirmed that a sole shareholder of a private corporation has the ...
Nov 22, 2019 |

Are Interest Penalties Prohibited on Mortgage Arrears?

Written by Jennifer McBlain, Articling Student Introduction The case of Benson Custodian Corporation v Situ et al, 2019 ONSC 3077 (“Benson&...
Sep 20, 2019 | Jennifer McBlain

Individuals with Significant Control – What are they and is my corporation affected?

On June 13, 2019 amendments to the Canada Business Corporations Act (“CBCA”) came into force which set out new requirements for most feder...
Sep 17, 2019 |

Estate Planning: Disability Expense Trust & Henson Trust

Introduction Planning for your family’s future after you pass away can be a daunting task. It is important that you put a plan in place to ensur...
Sep 16, 2019 | Kevin M. Thompson

New Provincial Regulation Could Allow Hundreds Of New Accessory Apartments In Guelph

We’ve previously blogged about how the City of Guelph, due to its outdated zoning regulations, effectively prohibits accessory apartments (i.e. ...
Aug 28, 2019 | Nora Sleeth

Can My Former Partner Move With Our Children?

What happens if you have children with a partner you are now separated from and your partner wants to move and take your children with them? The Famil...
Jul 30, 2019 | Curtis Tomlinson

What Is A Limited Partnership?

A Limited Partnership* (LP) is a popular type of partnership that acts as a private capital-raising vehicle for businesses. In an LP there must be at...
Jun 6, 2019 | Christopher Mendes and Robert Mullin

Decisions from the C.A.T.: Are Email Addresses A Record?

As the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) continues to develop, decisions are being made that provide guidance to Boards of Directors in the day-to-...
May 30, 2019 | Christopher Mendes and Robert Mullin

Rights of Entry 2.0: Is A Man's Condo (Still) His Castle?

Metropolitan Toronto Condominium Corporation No. 1328 v. 2145401 Ontario Inc., et al, 2019 ONSC 2057 Introduction In our March 2019 article, “Ri...
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...
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