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John Goudy
Landowner Litigation Lawyer
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Neighbour's damages claim over biosolid application fails on lack of evidence

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Squatter's rights - the Supreme Court of Canada discusses law of adverse possession. And the law is not the same in every province.

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Limitation periods in contamination cases - suspicion doesn't necessarily equate to actual knowledge

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Surveyor hired by one neighbour in a boundary dispute didn't owe duty of care to the other neighbour

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When do positive covenants run with the land?

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Title Insurance and Double Recovery in Litigation - When is Double Recovery permitted?

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Alberta Court confirms that injurious affection for loss in value to remainder of property is about loss in value of land, not impact on the financial position of the owners

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Landowners need to participate in project approvals processes to protect their interests and the interests of their communities - no one else is doing it for them.

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Court of Appeal keeps bar high for easement of necessity, at least where easement is sought by the grantor after transferring land.

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NRCan is offering funding for the preparation of research papers related to its National Energy Board modernization project. The deadline for applications is January 31, 2017. Work must be completed by April 1, 2017.
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