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Following are last week’s summaries of the civil decisions of the Court of Appeal for Ontario.
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There were only two substantive civil decisions this week. One was a residential tenancy matter. The other was an estates matter that reminds us that claims for purely declaratory relief (in that case, whether a codicil was or was not valid) are not subject to any limitation period.
There were several substantive decisions released this week by the Court of Appeal. Topics covered included challenging decisions of a voluntary religious association, solicitor liens, limitation periods in the LTD context, enforcement of foreign judgments, adverse possession, and an application for reconsideration of an appeal relating to the assessment of legal accounts in the condominium law context.…