Good evening.

The Court of Appeal’s civil decisions this week covered a number of areas including insurance, securities (secondary market misrepresentations), dismissal for delay, family, debtor-creditor, limitation periods, summary judgment and franchising in the class action context.  There were also numerous short civil and criminal law endorsements.

Please enjoy the weekend.

John Polyzogopoulos
Blaney McMurtry

Hello again to everyone. Below are summaries of this week’s Ontario Court of Appeal civil decisions (non-criminal).  This week’s topics include the contractual interpretation of a lease agreement in the context of an option to renew, the calculation of an award for wrongful dismissal, the availability of summary judgment in the context of third party

Hello again to everyone.  Below are summaries of this week’s Ontario Court of Appeal civil decisions (non-criminal).  In an interesting Charter decision this week, Tanudjaja v Canada, the Court (2-1) rejected on the basis of justiciability a Charter challenge on whether the Charter guarantees the right to affordable housing.  Among other grounds for dismissing