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Court sets aside default against franchisor but awards costs to franchisee

Posted on Mar 21 2019

Author: Robert Jones, Law Works P.C. Editor: Ben Hanuka, Law Works P.C. In 2355305 Ontario Inc. v. Savannah Wells Holdings Inc., a February 20, 2019, decision of a Master of the Ontario Superior Court, the court set aside a noting of default against a franchisor in a franchise rescission case and allowed the franchisor to deliver a Statement of Defence, despite a very long delay by the franchisor in bringing a motion to set aside the noting in default.

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