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Following are this week’s summaries of the civil decisions of the Court of Appeal for Ontario.
Ingarra v. 3010999 Ontario Limited (Previn Court Homes) is a reminder to residential real estate lawyers that their clients purchasing new homes have added rights under the Tarion legislation regarding extensions of the closing date. Real estate solicitors should therefore be familiar with those provisions or risk waiving those rights when agreeing to new closing dates.
In Zhao v. Li, the Court of Appeal distinguished between singular and ongoing acts of oppression, and reminded us that a limitation period in respect of a claim for an act of oppression is not extended because a subsequent independent act of oppression takes place.