The Authoritative View on Construction Liens Amendment Act, Bill 142
Author(s): Ontario bar Association
Publication Date: October 2017
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
The construction industry has changed substantially since 1983, but no substantial amendments have been made to the Construction Lien Act since that time. In response to a request from the Government of Ontario, Bruce Reynolds and Sharon Vogel provided a report in April 2016, entitled "Striking the Balance: Expert Review of Ontario's Construction Lien Act" and their numerous recommendations have led to Bill 142, An Act to Amend the Construction Lien Act.

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Derek R. Freeman, FreemanLaw - Barristers
Maria Ruberto, Pallett Valo LLP

TABLE OF CONTENTS

The "Why" of Bill 142
Howard M. Wise, Goodmans LLP

Overview of the Changes
Edward (Ted) Betts, Gowling WLG LLP
Karen B. Groulx, Dentons Canada LLP
Ted Rotenberg, Burstein & Greenglass LLP

The "How" of Prompt Payment
Sandra Astolfo, WeirFoulds LLP
Geza R. Banfai, McMillan LLP
Yonni D. Fushman, Aecon Group Inc.

Impact of the Changes on Current Construction Contracts and Other Areas
Howard Krupat, DLA Piper (Canada) LLP
David Outerbridge, Torys LLP
Patricia Skinger, Aecon Group Inc.

Consolidated "Construction Act" provisions to be made pursuant to Bill 142
Derek R. Freeman, FreemanLaw- Barristers

Changes is coming to the Construction Industry Review of the Proposed Reforms
Maria Ruberto, Pallet Valo LLP

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