Recreational Property

Negligence of House Inspector: Licensee’s Liability #140

Legally Speaking

By Gerry NeelyB.A. LL.B The answer to this question was given in a 1977 case in which a purchaser was concerned about the soundness of the structure and foundations of an old house he wanted to purchase. A salesman employed by the agency which had the listing, recommended to the purchaser a house inspector who

Property Purchase Tax Act (Continued) #107

Legally Speaking

By Gerry Neely B.A. LL.B On July 10, 1987, the Ministry of Finance closed the loophole referred to in the second example in Column 106 by an amendment to the PPTA, rather than by regulation. The first example given in that column of the purchase by a husband and wife was intended to illustrate the