James Mosher in Ontario Real Estate Law Developments: SCC Says Exercise Due Diligence - Not Blind Reliance - When Dealing With Municipal Authorities in Immeubles Jacques Robitaille inc. v. Québec (City)
June 23, 2014
By James Mosher, at McInnes Cooper
On May 2, 2014 the Supreme Court of Canada decided a party can’t rely on a municipality’s actions – or lack of actions – to defend itself against charges it violated a municipal zoning by-law. Parties dealing with municipal authorities should exercise due diligence – and not blind reliance.
Read McInnes Cooper lawyer James Mosher’s article on the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in Immeubles Jacques Robitaille inc. v. Québec (City) 2014 SCC 34 as published in Ontario Real Estate Law Developments, June 2014, Number 466.
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