When people think of property rights between individuals, often matrimonial disputes come to mind. In Ontario, only married couples have a right to what is called "equalization of net family properties" as provided for under the Family Law Act. For unmarried couples, any right to the property of the other spouse after a breakdown of the relationship … Continue reading What Is Unjust Enrichment and How Can It Affect My Property Rights?
Both the Canada Business Corporations Act and the Business Corporations Act in Ontario provide for an oppression remedy available to any of a corporation's shareholders, directors, creditors or officers as a result of unfairly prejudicial or oppressive conduct of the corporation. Recently, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in Menillo v. Intramodal Inc., … Continue reading Oppression Remedies – A Matter of Substance Over Form