In certain circumstances where the right to a specific fund is in issue, the court may order a party to pay the fund into court to await the outcome of the litigation.
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The legal doctrine of “the changed substratum” provides that “…if an employee enters into an employment contract that specifies the notice period for a dismissal, the contractual notice period is not enforceable if over the course of employment, the important terms of the agreement concerning the employee’s responsibilities and status has significantly changed.” This was […]
Plaintiff/purchaser and defendant/vendor entered into agreement of purchase and sale (“APS”). The plaintiff was in the business of developing and operating gas stations and intended to develop the subject property for use as a gas station.
A purchaser agreed to purchase a residential property in Toronto (45 Moore Ave., the “Property”). The Property was advertised as having a private driveway and visually appeared to include a nine foot driveway.
Don’t Throw the Baby out with the Bath Water. For fans of pod casts, this week’s episode of This American Life recalled an interesting case that unfolded almost 100 years ago in Toronto, Ontario.
Where a commercial lease provides for a specific method of notice in order to exercise an option to renew and a tenant fails to strictly comply with the service requirements, can the Court provide relief?
The Supreme Court of Canada opined in the well know decision of Bhasin on the implied duty of good between contracting parties. The case was not a pure employment law case – but it likely impacts employment relationships.