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Court of Appeal for Ontario: Pleading May Constitute Notice of Rescission

Posted on May 14 2020

Author: Anthony Pugh, Law Works Editor: Ben Hanuka, Law Works In 2352392 Ontario Inc. v. Msi, a March 20, 2020, decision of the Court of Appeal for Ontario, the court held that a franchisee’s pleading that it served on the franchisor qualified as a notice of rescission under section 6(3) of the Arthur Wishart Act (Franchise Disclosure), 2000. Key Facts RBC claimed against the franchisee for payment on a bank loan that was used to finance the purchase of the franchised restaurant.

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Posted on Apr 24 2020

This article was originally published in The Lawyer’s Daily on March 13, 2020, under the same title.

Does the Suspension of Limitation Periods Apply to Statutory...

Posted on Apr 24 2020

This article was originally published in The Lawyer’s Daily on April 6, 2020, under the same title.

Franchise Litigation Preliminary Checklist

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Posted on Feb 6 2020

This article was originally published in The Lawyer’s Daily on January 20, 2020, under the same title.

Statutory Damages in Franchise Disputes

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Posted on Jan 27 2020

This article was originally published in The Lawyer’s Daily on January 20, 2020, under the same title.

Franchise Case Highlights for 2019

Posted on Dec 17 2019

This article, written by Ben Hanuka, was originally published in The Lawyer’s Daily on December 11, 2019, under the same title.

Franchise disputes on the rise in British Columbia

Posted on Dec 13 2019

This article, written by Ben Hanuka, was originally published in The Lawyer’s Daily on November 13, 2019, under the same title.

British Columbia case involving Blenz Coffee allows pleading...

Posted on Nov 13 2019

Author: Anthony Pugh, Law Works  Editor: Ben Hanuka, Law Works In Taylor v.

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Most claims appear to center around rescission based on allegations of failure to provide a disclosure document
Posted on Nov 12 2019

This article, written by Ben Hanuka, was originally published in The Lawyer’s Daily on September 20, 2019, under the title, “Start your engines:...


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