Ontario: Highways are still subject to limitation periods

The Court of Appeal allowed the 407’s appeal of Justice Edward’s decision in 407 ETR Concession Company Limited v. Day.  Apart from settling the great question of how the passage of time limits 407’s claims for unpaid tolls, Justice Laskin’s… Continue Reading

Ontario: Common law discoverability, and how it applies to the Competition Act

In Fanshaw College v. AU Optronics, Justice Grace held that the limitation period applicable to Competition Act claims is subject to discoverability. We wrote about it here.  The Court of Appeal has upheld this decision. The appellant argued that the discoverability principle shouldn’t… Continue Reading

Ontario: Adverse possession is a limitations issue

Justice McKinnon’s decision in Osman v. Heath sets out nicely the principles of adverse possession.  Perhaps surprisingly to those who don’t practice in the area, these are limitations principles determined by the Real Property Limitations Act.  Here are the relevant… Continue Reading