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A clarification on the ultimate limitation period and the York Condominium Corp. and Jay-M Holding case

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The How Long Should You Keep Your Close Files? article in the December 2010 issue of LAWPRO Magazine was well received by Ontario lawyers. From the emails, phone calls and personal comments we received, it is clear the information we provided was helpful to many lawyers in terms of the decisions they needed to make… Read More »

Categories: Civil Litigation, Limitations Claims

Toronto Civil Court Lists now available on the Internet

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The Toronto Lawyers’ Association announced today that they will be providing internet access to the Toronto Civil Court lists. Currently you can access Trials, Pre-Trial & Case Conferences, Motions and Masters’ Motions. The Commercial and Bankruptcy Lists will be available soon. The TLA aims to have the next day’s list posted by 5 pm each… Read More »

Categories: Announcements, Civil Litigation

Updated SABS Chart For September 1, 2010 Changes

civil-litigation

Taran Virtual Associates has updated its SABS chart for the changes which take effect September 1, 2010. This handy practice tool lists the important time periods relevant to the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule – Accidents on or after November 1, 1996. Lawyers and law clerks can refer to this chart to determine at a glance… Read More »

Categories: Civil Litigation

Ironing the wrinkles out of the Limitations Act, 2002

civil-litigation

The latest issue of LAWPRO Webzine has a great article on how to avoid limitations claims by LAWPRO’s director of research, Debra Rolph. The Limitations Act, 2002 was proclaimed in force just over six years ago. We had hoped the simplified limitations period regime the new Act created would result in fewer limitation-related claims. While… Read More »

Categories: Civil Litigation, Limitations Claims
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