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L7798-8486BE
Book S.O. Annual/biannual/biennial
Annual volumes supplied on standing order subscription
Approximately 1180 pages
1 volume bound + 1 vol eBook
softcover
2019-05-29
Carswell

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The 2019 Annotated Ontario Construction Act (Print+ ProView)
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Today's construction law practice calls for a reference that delivers focused, practical information

As readers are no doubt aware, after an extensive period of consultation with stakeholders, Bruce Reynolds and Sharon Vogel submitted their expert review entitled “Striking the Balance” to the Ministry of the Attorney General and the Ministry of Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure on April 30, 2016. The recommended reforms were significant, touching all aspects of lien and trust practice and procedure.

The new Construction Act, R.S.O, 1990, c. C.30, received Royal Assent on December 12, 2017 with full support of all parties. The Construction Act modernization provisions came into force on July 1, 2018, with the prompt payment and adjudication amendments to follow on October 1, 2019.

The new Construction Act features three main priorities: modernization of the Act, promptness of payment, and the effectiveness of dispute resolution in the construction industry. These changes are reflected and discussed in detail throughout the 2019 edition.

These reforms will strengthen the Ontario construction industry, and Ontario’s economy, which will richly repay the effort of all involved in this endeavor.

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About the Author
Duncan W. Glaholt, FCIArb, is the founder and partner of the nationally recognized construction law firm of Glaholt LLP. The firm is consistently rated one of the province's most highly recommended construction law practices. In addition to an extensive advocacy practice, Mr. Glaholt is a qualified and experienced arbitrator and mediator of construction and related disputes across Canada. He is certified as a Specialist in Construction Law in Ontario and is the author of Conduct of a Trust Action 2011, Conduct of a Lien Action, co-author of The Annotated Ontario Construction Lien Act, co-author of Construction, Builders' and Mechanics' Liens in Canada (7th Edition), all published by Carswell. He is also a contributing author to Bullen & Leake & Jacob's Canadian Precedents of Pleadings. Mr. Glaholt is Founding Fellow and Past President of the Canadian College of Construction Lawyers and is past editor of the College's annual Journal. Mr. Glaholt is a frequent writer and speaker on construction law topics generally. Mr. Glaholt is past chair of the William Osler Health System, and runs a small farm north of Toronto when he gets a chance.
David Keeshan is an Ottawa based consultant and legal writer. Formerly a Managing and Acquisitions Editor with Carswell, he has abundant experience in structuring, critiquing and writing legal reference materials. He is an author, editor and contributor to a variety of legal publications.