Age Restriction Unenforceable? #234

Legally Speaking

By Gerry NeelyB.A., LL.B. The frequency with which these columns are dealing with Section 30 of the Condominium Act, and the decisions the courts apparently feel obliged to make as a result of the wording of Sections 29 and 30, make one hope that a new Condominium Act will soon be before the legislature. Bylaws which limit the right

Fire Damage Before Completion Date – Doctrine of Frustration #233

Legally Speaking

By Gerry NeelyB.A., LL.B. What is the positionĀ of the parties to a Contract of Purchase and Sale when fire damages or destroys the building, which is the subject matter of the contract, between the date the contract was signed and the completiond ate? If the Doctrine of Frustration applies, the parties are not required to