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Ontario Judge agrees that builder had a responsibility to disclose that the condominium had mould and ruled that the purchaser was entitled to rescind agreement and was entitled to the return of the deposit.

Citation:  Atkinson v. TWS Developments Inc.
Date:  2005-06-09
Docket:  02-CV-239636 SR

Municipality and real estate agent found jointly liable for home with Code violation
Citation: Wood v. Hungerford (Township)
Date: 2004-10-20
Docket: 0651/98

Builder loses to homeowners (again) at License Appeal Tribunal (LAT) appeal
Citation: Ashcroft Homes v. Fuller
Date: 2003-11-26
Docket: 02-DV-000718

Builder and municipality found liable for construction issues
Citation:  Mariani v. Lemstra
Date:  2003-02-14
Court File No. 5635/93, O.J. No 750

Appeal alters previous judgment
Citation:  Mariani v. Lemstra
Date:  2004-05-12
Court Docket:  C39746, O.J. No. 4283

Builders must fulfil their promises

Citation: Lattavo v. 770373 Ontario Ltd.
Date: 2004-08-13
Docket: 01-CV-221780SR

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