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It's Always Better to Pay Under Protest Than Not Pay at All

Thursday, Apr 11, 2019

The following scenario is common in the commercial leasing world:  A landlord delivers an invoice to a tenant for additional rent owing. ...

Ontario Superior Court Provides Guidance on the Strict Nature of a Time is of the Essence Clause in an Agreement of Purchase and Sale

Monday, Apr 01, 2019
Author Candace Cooper

A recent decision by the Ontario Superior Court provides some clarification on the strict nature of a time is of the essence clause in an agreement...

Ontario Court of Appeal places limits on the scope of deeds of easement

Thursday, Oct 18, 2018
Author Candace Cooper

The Ontario Court of Appeal has affirmed that a deed of easement will not create an exclusive right of way to a grantee of an easement unless the d...


We’re delighted to announce that the following 7 lawyers from Daoust Vukovich LLP were included in the 11th Edition of The Best Lawyers in Ca...

15th Annual NAIOP Real Estate Excellence Awards Gala

Monday, Apr 11, 2016
Author Candace Cooper

    Daoust Vukovich was a proud sponsor of the 15th Annual NAIOP Real Estate Excellence Awards Gala, also known as the “REX A...

Weathering the Storm: The Force Majeure Clause

Thursday, Sep 29, 2011

Landlords and tenants want to ensure that their commercial leases provide them with rights and remedies in the event of unforeseen circumstances th...



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