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Contractual relationship impacted by COVID-19? Planning on initiating a liability claim? Time is ticking.
In Nova Scotia, generally a person has two years from the date a claim is discovered to begin an action. Those who wait to achieve certainty regarding their claim may find the two year period has already elapsed. In a recent Supreme Court of Canada case the Province of New Brunswick brought a claim against […]
This Month in Family Law – December 2021
Our NS Family Law team provides summaries of recent cases which have appeared in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court and the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal.
Amendments Affecting All Newfoundland and Labrador Corporations
In November, the House of Assembly of Newfoundland and Labrador passed Bill 24, which set out amendments to the province’s Corporations Act (the “Act”). The amendments, which come into force 1 April 2022, are notable and require attention as they will impose new obligations upon most corporations incorporated in the province. In summary, the amendments: […]