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  • Apologizing in advance

    HOJ Franchise Systems Inc. v. Municipal Savings and Loan Corp. [1994] O.J. No. 24 (Montgomery J.): ¶2 To contemplate a result requires an examination of the intricacies of the new and used car business, leasing, creative financing, security interests, rebates and quantity discounts.¶3 On our quest w … Read more »

  • Adjournments

    [26]           Justice Perell in Ariston Realty Corp. v. Elcarim Inc.[2] listed a number of factors the court should consider when faced with an adjournment request. These include the following: – the over-all objective of a determination of the matter on its substantive merits; –  the principles of … Read more »

  • All the best reasons to go into business with someone

    All the best reasons … [93] Mr. B had also proposed Mr. S as a director … although he did not know him personally. He knew him only as the son of Colonel S, a fellow polo player. … Based on Mr. B’s testimony, Mr. S’s main qualification was that he was Canadian. The post All the best reasons to go in … Read more »

  • Rescission under the Ontario Arthur Wishart Act: Quantifying the Remedy (REFERENCE)

    by Ephraim Stulberg, CPA, CA, CBV, CFF, partner of Matson, Driscoll & Damico Ltd. and Jonathan Mesiano-Crookston, BScH, JD, partner of Goldman Hine LLP This is an updated version of our award-winning article that was published in 2013 in the Franchise Law Journal of the American Bar Association. It … Read more »

  • COVID-19 related cases

    Note: This article is periodically updated. Adamson Barbecue 2020 ONSC 6494: 2020 ONSC 7446: Canadian Appliance Source LP v. Ontario, 2020 ONSC 74 … Read more »