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.
The estate litigation lawyers at Daniel & Partners LLP recently brought a motion for directions before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and asked for the court’s interpretation of a complex will which left a gift in the Estate with no clear beneficiary. The
Daniel & Partners were proud to see that Sarah Draper was recently named as the Diamond Winner in the St. Catharines Readers’ Choice Awards 2022 for ‘Best Lawyer’. Sarah’s experience, determination, and commitment to her clients are no doubt among the reasons why she
At Daniel & Partners LLP, we stand for experience, dedication, and integrity. Our firm has served the Niagara region for over 95 years, and we will continue to be committed to our clients and to this community.
The recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in Quaggiotto v. Quaggiotto has provided a greater explanation of how the courts will treat a testator’s knowledge of the extent of their assets when considering the issue of testamentary capacity. In order to make
On Monday, May 13, 2019, Justice Ramsay once again ruled in favour of A Better Niagara in its most recent application with respect to the operations of the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority. Today’s application was for a definitive ruling on the number of board