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7/31/2020
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Residential Evictions in Ontario: What Landlords and Tenants Need to Know about Bill 184 and the End of the Eviction Moratorium

Published in MONDAQ Aug 03, 2020 As Ontario begins to re-open with Phase 3, there is a renewed focus on the plight of residential renters who... Read More

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7/30/2020
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Will Bill 197 make condos more expensive for Ontario home buyers?

Published July 30th, 2020 | mortgagebrokernews.ca Ontarians may still be wary of going back to the office, but the provincial legislature has ha... Read More

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7/24/2020
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COVID's economic impact creating new risk and new opportunities in shareholder agreements: lawyers

Jonathan Zepp & Charlie Kim interview with Canadian Lawyer Magazine | July 22, 2020 With COVID-19’s unequal distribution of pain an... Read More

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7/24/2020
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Commercial Real Estate Podcast - Solving Affordability with John Fox

John Fox was interviewed on the podcast  Commercial Real Estate Podcast -  Solving Affordability with John Fox of Robins Appleby LLP.&... Read More

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7/20/2020
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What prospective homeowners need to know about Ontario's new Bill 159

Leor Margulies interviewed for mortgagebrokernews  |  July 17,2020 Unlike Bill 184, which sparked angry protests among renters and ... Read More

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7/14/2020
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One strike and you're out: ONCA rules that termination provisions must be read as a whole and that a severability clause cannot remedy a provision that is void

Over the past few years, the courts in Ontario have released a number of decisions which have affirmed the onus on the part of employers to draft l... Read More

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