We were pleased to see that Daniel & Partners LLP has been nominated for the St. Catharines Standard Readers’ Choice Award for Professional Services – Law Firm and that Sarah Draper has been nominated in the category of ‘Best Lawyer’. Voting is open until October
Our associate lawyer, Jacob Harper is participating in the Shark World Championships this week in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Jacob will be sailing the Rampant with his brothers Levi and Malcolm. Daniel & Partners LLP is a proud sponsor of this event. Good luck Jacob!
Title insurance is a one time payment that protects the purchaser of a home, or the existing owner of a property against fraud and title defect. Title insurance exists for both residential and commercial real estate. Residential title insurance can be purchased at the
Contract formation is at the heart of contract law. First-year law students are taught that a contract will only be validly formed where there is an offer by one party that is accepted by the other to create a legal relationship supported by consideration.
The Supreme Court of Canada has interpreted a force majeure clause as a contractual provision that can discharge a party to a contract when an “unexpected event, something beyond reasonable human foresight and skill” makes performance of the contract impossible by a contracting party.
On January 1, 2023, the federal government enacted legislation to prohibit non-Canadians from buying “residential property” in Canada. The Prohibition on the Purchase of Residential Property by Non-Canadians Act, S.C. 2022, c. 10, s.235 will continue to be in effect for two years. What