Saskatchewan Court of Appeal confirms that emails can extend limitation periods under the Limitations Act
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Changes Proposed to the Oversight of Retail Payments in Canada
Ontario Bill 154: Perfection by VIN
A u-turn on priority disputes between secured creditors and lienholders!
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Giving Legal Effect to Emails – Can Emails Satisfy the Requirements to Extend Limitation Periods Under The Limitations Act?
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CASL Reprieve – Private Right of Action No Longer Imminent
A Canadian Perspective on the Hague Securities Convention