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Cases this week included a couple of commercial leasing decisions involving issues such as insurance and allocation of risk for damage between landlord and tenant and the commencement of the limitation period for suing for ongoing breaches of covenants.  Other topics included the enforceability of a choice of law and forum clause in

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The Court of Appeal released a number of interesting decisions this week.  In Meridian Credit Union Limited v. Baig, the Court confirmed that silence and half-truths can amount to misrepresentation, and found a purchaser had engaged in fraudulent misrepresentation by silence in the context of a court-approved sale of assets by a

Hello everyone.  Below are summaries of this week’s Ontario Court of Appeal decisions. As usual, there are full summaries for the substantive civil decisions.  Topics include residential tenancies, the licensing of movie rights, family law, issue estoppel, summary judgment, Crown wardship orders, judicial review, and employment law.

This week, there are also two full