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Ontario Court Grants Rescission Because Certificate Was Unsigned

Posted on Jun 8 2020

By: Anthony Pugh, Law Works  Editor: Ben Hanuka, Law Works  In 2483038 Ontario Inc. v. 2082100 Ontario Inc., a January 30, 2020, decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the court granted rescission under section 6(2) on the basis of a single ground: that the franchisor’s certificate was not signed by the franchisor’s sole officer and director.

Ontario Court Upholds Validity of Franchise Release in a Set...

Posted on May 14 2020

Author: Anthony Pugh, Law Works Editor: Ben Hanuka, Law Works In New Vision Renaissance MX Ltd. v. The Symposium Café Inc.

A Checklist for Franchise Causes of Action – Statutory Cla...

Most claims appear to center around rescission based on allegations of failure to provide a disclosure document
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.

Beyond Force Majeure: Pulling out of a Deal With a 60-Day Re...

business woman is pointing where to sign on document, with documents in background
Posted on Apr 3 2020

By Ben Hanuka With the unfolding crisis, the commercial Bar across Canada is naturally dealing with contractual and common law...

Franchise Litigation Preliminary Checklist

Business lawyer team. Working together of lawyer in the meeting.
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

Lawyer speaking with client while referring to document.
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.

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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