Month: May 2022

Slater v. Courtenay (City)

When a person is injured on another person’s property, they may have recourse under the Occupiers Liability Act. The OLA requires that the occupier of a property take reasonable care to ensure that persons on their property are reasonably safe. This includes property owned by municipalities. However, the rather unique case of Slater v. Courtenay […]

Property Disclosure Statements

When a person is selling their house, they may complete a Property Disclosure Statement (PDS). A PDS contains a series of questions about various aspects of the property and, for each, asks the seller to indicate whether or not they are aware of any issues or problems with that aspect. Examples include:Are you aware of […]