Ontario’s Bill 142 received Royal Assent on Dec. 12, 2017 and ushered in broad reforms to the Construction Lien Act. The first of those reforms came into force on July 1, 2018. Here is what you need to know.
Partner and head of the firm’s real estate and development practice group, Debbie Bellinger, was recently interviewed for the April issue of The Ontario Construction Report regarding the importance of collaboration and co-operation between multiple owners/interests and contractors for the success of development projects.
What do construction licensing laws mean for Indigenous communities? In our latest Indigenous Law blog post, Stephane Serafin looks at licensing laws across Canada and their impact on First Nations communities.
Last month, Bill 142 received Royal Assent and is now law. The bill proposed major changes to the Construction Lien Act, seeking to modern the Act and introduce long-overdue reforms to the construction industry.
The long-awaited overhaul of the Construction Lien Act (“the Act”) is expected to happen soon. Here is what you need to know. On May 31, 2017, the Ontario government introduced Bill 142, which seeks to modernize the Act. If passed, the Bill will bring long-sought reforms to the construction industry.
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