April 2023

It is commonly known that the incorporation of a company shields the officers and/or directors from liability that a company incurs. Only under exceptional circumstances will officers and directors of a company be held personally liable. However, in the construction industry under the Ontario Construction Act R.S.O. 1990, c. C.30 (the “Construction Act”),[1] the statute...
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