Read more on Can you Provide Working Notice of Termination to an Employee on Disability Leave?

Can you Provide Working Notice of Termination to an Employee on Disability Leave?

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In McLeod v. Frontier Sales, 2018 ONSC 1866, the Divisional Court of Ontario dismissed the appeal by an employer who provided working notice to an employee on disability leave and in turn, sought to reduce the amount of reasonable notice that it was required to provide.  The case confirms that working notice provided during a…

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Read more on Owner Sues Strata Corporation for Injuries She Suffered From Paint Fumes

Owner Sues Strata Corporation for Injuries She Suffered From Paint Fumes

TagsArticles, Strata Property Law

An owner sued the strata corporation and the strata corporations’ property manager alleging she suffered injuries as a result of inhaling toxic paint fumes when a painting company engaged by the strata corporation repainted the common property hallways and stairways in both of the strata buildings: Wingrave v. Pure Painters Inc. ,2018 BCSC 58. The owner’s…

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Read more on Are You Considering Purchasing a Unit in a Strata/Condo Building or Complex?

Are You Considering Purchasing a Unit in a Strata/Condo Building or Complex?

TagsArticles, Real Estate and Transactions, Strata Property Law

When purchasing any real estate, the onus falls on purchasers to investigate the state and quality of the property they intend to buy.  When considering units in apartments, condo buildings, townhouses, and even duplexes, purchasers should ensure they have a subject condition in the Contract of Purchase and Sale allowing them to review and approve…

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