For Repudiating a Salon’s Lease, the BCCA Gives the Landlord a Haircut

The following Canadian Appeals Monitor blog post by Anthony Alexander may be of interest to readers of this blog:

The Second Opinion: For Repudiating a Salon’s Lease, the BCCA Gives the Landlord a Haircut

Interesting issues of contractual repudiation and landlord-tenant law were recently addressed by the British Columbia Court of Appeal in Abraham v. Coblenz Holdings Ltd., 2013 BCCA 512. The tenant utilized the rented premises as a hair salon specializing in “African hairstyling.” The lease contained no express restriction on the business that could be conducted, and the tenant decided to begin offering additional (non-African) hair styling services, as well as nail, massage and tanning services. Read more.

 

 

 

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