Breaking Ground: MT Construction Law Ontario Edition

November 5, 2019

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Substantial Performance – What You Need to Know

Matthew Irish

Under the Ontario Construction Lien Act[1] (the “Act”), a contract is considered substantially performed when the improvement, or a substantial part thereof, is ready for use, or is being used for the intended purposes, and when the improvement is capable...

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Holdback – What You Need To Know

Michael Farace

Under the Construction Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. C.30 (“Act”), holdback obligations are created pursuant to Section 22 that provides that the owner is required to hold back 10% of the contract price from the contractor as well as the amount...

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