On March 18, 2020, the Province of Ontario declared a state of emergency. In O. Reg. 73/20, the limitation period was suspended for the duration of the emergency. This is what will happen when the state of emergency lifts.
We have all heard the horror stories. The new homeowner buys a house and discovers a problem after the title is transferred. A leaky basement. A leaky roof. Pool or hot tub equipment not working. Septic system has failed and needs to be replaced. What
I had a potential client call me the other day, looking to recover $5,000 from a commercial tenancy gone bad. I explained to him my rates. I could tell that the cost-benefit analysis did not compute. So, he asked for a lower-priced option: writing a
It’s not often I get to blow my own horn, but I am announcing a new podcast called “The Ontario Small Claims Court Podcast‘. B I’ve recorded this podcast series to help self-represented litigants work their way through the Small Claims Court system. B Just