This Week at the SCC (07/03/14)
The Supreme Court of Canada denied leave to appeal this week in one case of interest to Canadian businesses.
In Springdale Pizza Depot Ltd. et al v. 2189205 Ontario Inc. et al, the Supreme Court of Canada declined to grant leave to appeal from an Ontario Court of Appeal decision which addressed the availability of the right of set-off in the context of a statutory right of rescission in Ontario’s franchise legislation.
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2189205 Ontario Inc. v. Springdale Pizza Depot Ltd. 2013 ONCA 626 Arthur Wishart Act damages disclosure franchise remedy rescission set-off