Litigation Arbitration

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The contractor, architect, engineer or subcontractor who have, as the case may be, executed, directed or overseen the work, cannot contractually be exempt from liability for loss arising in the period of five years following completion of the work, due to a defect in construction, design, or execution of the work, or a soil-related defect.


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2016 July 11

Non-competition and exclusivity clauses are having a hard time

On January 19, 2016, the Superior Court looked into a litigious situation which emphasises the importance of properly writing non-competition and exclusivity clauses, and the burden it can be to ensure they are respected.

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Raymond L'Abbé
Raymond L'Abbé
Mr. L'Abbé has over 25 years of practice in construction law.Mr. L'abbé is also a certified arbitrator.