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9 Dec

Interlocutory injunction denied for failure to provide undertaking in damages

Friday, December 9, 2022Stephen A. Thiele, Alexander Melfi, Rob WintersteinLitigationRules of Civil Procedure, Interlocutory Injunction

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An interlocutory injunction is a powerful and drastic remedy which Courts have said should only be granted sparingly. In that regard,...

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1 Feb

Landlords Need to be Careful When Declining a Rental Application

Wednesday, February 1, 2017Rob WintersteinLitigation, Landlord and Tenant Law, Human Rights LawResidential Tenancies

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Recently, a Toronto landlord found herself the subject of a news article on CBC.com and the subject of discussions on various news radio...

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14 Sep

Small Claims Court Has Jurisdiction to Decide Claims for Damage to a Rental Unit (if the tenant is no longer in possession)

Wednesday, September 14, 2016Rob WintersteinLitigation, Residential Tenancies, Landlord and Tenant LawTenant, Landlord, Damage to Rental Unit, Jurisdiction

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It has not been uncommon for Deputy Judges of the Small Claims Courts in Ontario to dismiss claims by landlords for damage to a rental unit. Most often the stated basis for...

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