Sunjeet Deol

Reprisal Clauses In Municipal Procurement Policies/Tender Documents

Are “reprisal” clauses in municipal procurement policies or tender documents unconstitutional, or contrary to public policy? That was precisely the question before the BC Supreme Court in its recent judgment in J. Cote & Son Excavating Ltd. v City of

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Whose burden is it Anyway? : Reducing the Amount of Security Paid Into Court to Secure a Lien Claimant’s Claim

In a recent decision, Centura Building Systems (2013) Ltd. v. 601 Main Partnership, 2018 BCCA 172, the British Columbia Court of Appeal confirmed that a court’s inquiry under s. 24 of the Builders Lien Act (the “Act”), …

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