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John Goudy
Landowner Litigation Lawyer
Landowner Litigation Lawyer
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When an oil and gas company goes bankrupt, should the bankruptcy trustee be able to avoid oil well abandonment and remediation obligations by renouncing or disclaiming unprofitable wells? Does the trustee have to use the proceeds from the sale of profitable wells to fund abandonment and remediation?

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Court says the question of whether the Crown has made efforts to comply with its duty to consult and accommodate is not relevant to the exercise of the court’s decision to deny an injunction sought by a private party with an interest in land on discretionary grounds

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Holographic will leads to years of litigation for farm family

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Inconsistent use is still a requirement for adverse possession in Ontario

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Road Access Act comes to the rescue of landowner charged with trespassing on neighbour's property.

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Clearing bush to "straighten a field"? Normal Farm Practices Protection Board says in one recent case that it would not be a "normal farm practice".

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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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