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Unjust Enrichment: Granger v. Granger

#Family #Property #Division, #Partition and #Sale, #Unjust #Enrichment, #Constructive #Trust, #Title #Dispute, #Undue #Influence, #Power of #Attorney, #Family #Court #Trial, #Civil #Court #Trial, #Appeal" *Granger v. Granger, 2016 ONCA 945 "J lived with his mother, K, in the family home for 30 years. He claimed that he looked after K and the house and that K initially promised him that he would have half the house on her death and later promised him that he would have the entire house when she died. In 2012, exercising a power of attorney given to her by K, J’s sister H transferred title to the...

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Debt Dispute Litigation: Watkins v. Western Assurance Co.

#Debt Collection, #Credit Dispute, #Collection Calls, #Contract Dispute, #Secured Loan, #Unsecured Loan *Watkins v. Western Assurance Co., 2016 ONSC 2574 [32] The court shall only grant summary judgment if it is satisfied that there is no genuine issue requiring a trial. Pursuant to rule 20.04(2)(a) and (2.1) of the Rules of Civil Procedure, R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 194, the court shall consider the evidence submitted by the parties and may exercise any of the following powers for the purpose of determining whether there is a genuine issue requiring a trial, unless it is in the interest of justice for such powers to be...

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Family Trial at Superior Court and Appeal in Divisional Court

#Family #Lawyer #For #Trial & #Appeal #matter: #Superior #Court of #Justice, #Divisional #Court, #Court of #Appeal Toll Free #1-844-642-7464; #905-503-1486; #647-772-8187 Website http://www.nhashmilaw.com ; skype: nizam.hashmi1 If you are involved in simple or complicated family law matter, you may contact our office at the contact numbers listed above. We are located in Toronto and Mississauga, and deal with a complicated family court proceeding, including appeal matter. **Important Procedures of Family Law in Canada : Divorce Proceeding An application starts the court process. It sets out the issues that you are asking the court to decide. The information that you write in the application tells the...

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Family Law: Divorce in Ontario

family-lawyer-separation-divorce-child- access-custody-child support-spousal support-equalization of net family property division-sale of matrimonial home-court-application-answer-reply-conference-motion-settlement-trial-appeal If you are involved in simple or complicated family law matter, you may contact our office at the contact numbers listed above. We are located in Toronto and Mississauga, and deal with a complicated family court proceeding, including appeal matter. **Important Procedures of Family Law in Canada: Divorce Proceeding An application starts the court process. It sets out the issues that you are asking the court to decide. The information that you write in the application tells the judge what you are asking for and provides important background about the history...

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Civil Litigation and Appeal

#Commercial-#Tenant-#Landlord-#Dispute-#Contract-#Litigation-#Court-#Tribunal-#Appeal *Onyskiw v. CJM Property Management Ltd., 2016 ONCA 477 "The appellant tenants brought an application under s. 29(1)1 of the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 (“RTA”) for a rent abatement based on an alleged breach of the landlord’s duty under s. 20(1) of the RTA to maintain the apartment building in good repair after the elevator was out of service for a total of 96 days in one year. The elevator in the six-storey building was under a maintenance contract. It had passed all annual and monthly inspections and the licence had been renewed when the elevator broke down because of a...

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Real Estate Litigation and Appeal: Onyskiw v. CJM Property Management Ltd.

#Real #Estate, #Litigation, #Property, #Tenants, #Statement of #Claim, #Defence, #Court #Appearance, #Appeal *Onyskiw v. CJM Property Management Ltd., 2016 ONCA 477 "The appellant tenants brought an application under s. 29(1)1 of the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 (“RTA”) for a rent abatement based on an alleged breach of the landlord’s duty under s. 20(1) of the RTA to maintain the apartment building in good repair after the elevator was out of service for a total of 96 days in one year. The elevator in the six-storey building was under a maintenance contract. It had passed all annual and monthly inspections and the licence...

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Real Estate Litigation, Tingas-Demetriou v. Dublin

#Top #Real #Estate #Property #Litigation #Lawyer: Title Dispute, Claim, Defence, Residential Property, Commercial Property, Civil Court, Mortgage Enforcement, Mortgage Dispute, Trial, Appeal Toll Free #1-844-642-7464; #905-503-1486; #647-772-8187 Website www.nhashmilaw.com; skype nizam.hashmi1 *Tingas-Demetriou v. Dublin, 2016 ONSC 3414 The defendant S sold a property to the plaintiff for approximately $255,000 through the defendant KSF, which had obtained it through a judgment foreclosure for $114,444. The defendant D loaned the plaintiff $275,000 secured by a mortgage on the property. The plaintiff sued the defendants for $300,000, which she alleged had been fraudulently misappropriated from her, and sought punitive and/or aggravated damages in the amount of $100,000....

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Debt, Real Estate, Mortgage: Tingas-Demetriou v. Dublin,

#Real #Estate, #Property, #Litigation, #Civil Court, #Mortgage #Enforcement, #Mortgage #Dispute, #Sale, #Fraud, #Misrepresentation, #Foreclosure, #Damages, #Settle, #Summary #Judgement, #Trial, #Appeal, #Costs *Tingas-Demetriou v. Dublin, 2016 ONSC 3414 The defendant S sold a property to the plaintiff for approximately $255,000 through the defendant KSF, which had obtained it through a judgment foreclosure for $114,444. The defendant D loaned the plaintiff $275,000 secured by a mortgage on the property. The plaintiff sued the defendants for $300,000, which she alleged had been fraudulently misappropriated from her, and sought punitive and/or aggravated damages in the amount of $100,000. She made allegations of deceit, misrepresentation, conspiracy and...

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Separation Agreement and Divorce Filing, Mason v. Mason

separation-agreement=divorce-filing-access-custody-child-support-spousal-family-law-court-trial-appeal *Mason v. Mason, 2016 ONCA 725 "The parties married in 1992 and separated in 2011. During their marriage, they worked together to build a successful business. On the first day of the trial, they entered into minutes of settlement resolving all issues except spousal support. The minutes of settlement provided that the husband would purchase the wife’s interest in the business and pay her an equalization payment of $1,636,130. The minutes of settlement also provided that an interim child sup- port order, which was premised on a finding that the husband’s annual income was $136,500, would be incorporated into the final...

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