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Kirsh and Alter: A Guide to Construction Liens in Ontario, 3rd Edition
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Top Construction Lien Guide is now Fully Updated
Originally published in 1984 and updated in 1995, this book remains the definitive guide to construction lien law in Ontario. Now revised and updated by the authors, two of the most highly respected names in construction law, this new edition is more indispensable than ever... a must-have legal reference tool for anyone dealing with construction lien law.
Features and Benefits
- Provides step-by-step guidance on the practice and procedures involved in a typical lien action
- Many hundreds of case law references and citations provide an excellent starting point for legal research
- Current precedents help practitioners save time and money in preparing construction lien pleadings and related legal documents
- Supplies the solid information, illustrated examples and sound advice you need all in a comprehensive, easy-to-follow format
New in This Edition
- Newly revised to provide the most current, relevant information available
- Case law has been considerably updated, along with new legislative information
- Covers Ontario's newly proclaimed "Open for Business Act" amendments to the Construction Lien Act (the first text to do so)
- Updated and new precedents for preparing construction lien actions in Ontario, now available on CD-Rom for the first time
- New chapter on electronic lien registration
What Makes This Book Unique?
In regards to construction lien laws in Ontario, this is an essential book on the market that:
- Includes references to the recently proclaimed legislative amendments to the Act
- Provides a comprehensive resource on the law related to construction liens and non-litigious subjects such as electronic registration and trust funds
- Illustrates and advises through case commentary and analysis, providing easy-to-follow step-by-step guidance
- Provides a thorough, excellent resource for legal research through the authors' knowledge, expertise and advice
An Important Resource For:
- The bench and bar including judges, masters and in-house counsel
- The construction industry including construction contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, architects, engineers, lenders, bonding and insurance companies, adjusters, project owners and claims consultants
- Law libraries
Table of contents
Chapter 1 - Introduction
Chapter 2 - The Lien
Chapter 3 - The Statutory Holdback
Chapter 4 - Expiry, Preservation and Perfection of Liens
Chapter 5 - The Trust Fund
Chapter 6 - Right to Information
Chapter 7 - Discharge of Preserved or Perfected Liens
Chapter 8 - Extraordinary Remedies
Chapter 9 - Jurisdiction, Practice and Procedure
Chapter 10 - Priorities
Chapter 11 - Crown Lands, Municipally-Owned Public Streets and Highways, and Railway Rights-Of-Way
Chapter 12 - Electronic Registration of Liens