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Selling A Home That Used To Be A Cannabis Grow-Op

Cannabis grow-op

The proliferation in recent years of residential homes being used as a cannabis grow-op has created confusion and uncertainty for buyers, sellers and real estate agents as to how far the obligations of a seller extend regarding information about a home’s history. In the recent Court of Appeal Decision of Beatty v. Wei, 2018 ONCA 479, the Court offered clarity in response to the question: What is the effect of an illegal substances clause in a standard form Ontario Real Estate Association/Toronto Real Estate Board Agreement of Purchase and Sale (“APS”)? The “Illegal Substance Clause” is a commonly included clause in such...

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Marijuana Legalization – How Should Employers Prepare?

Employers Prepare for Marijuana Legalization

As governments in Canada and Ontario at all levels are taking steps towards the legalization of marijuana this summer, employers will need to consider their employment policies surrounding marijuana use by employees. Although the legislation to legalize marijuana use is still in it’s formulation stages, so far it appears that legal marijuana use will be confined to private dwellings and will not be allowed in public spaces. In this blog we offer some tips on how employers can update their employment policies to include rules about marijuana use in the workplace. There are two types of marijuana use that employers will...

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Marijuana Legalization – Good or Bad For Accident Victims?

Marijuana Legalization in Ontario and Personal Injury

This Blog was written with contributions from Kirsten O’Brien, Patient Services Educator at Medical Marijuana Consulting. The forthcoming legalization of marijuana in the summer of 2018 will have wide ranging implications for the law in several areas, including personal injury law.  In this blog we consider marijuana legalization and its potential impact on roadway safety and personal injury victims. A major cause of motor vehicle accidents and serious injury is impaired driving. The legalization of marijuana will create new challenges for the government and police authorities. They will have to work quickly to ensure provisions are in place to identify and prevent...

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