Levine Sherkin Boussidan acts for owners, contractors, sub-contractors and builders in a variety of construction-related areas including: enforcement of liens, breach of trust claims under the Construction Lien Act, claims against performance and material payment bonds, deficiency claims, priorities amongst mortgagees and other interested parties, clearing title for real estate closings and financing, and unjust enrichment claims.
Roofing subcontractor entitled to view fundamental breach by the general contractor in honoring the terms of one contract as amounting to an anticipatory breach of a second, separate and discrete contract between the same parties.Download PDF
Motion for summary judgment for failure to pay sub-contractor and for breach of trust claim pursuant to the Construction Lien Act.Download PDF
Summary judgment motion to dismiss action against individual defendant as he was not a party to the contract for services and materials supplied and had no ownership interest in the property.Download PDF
Collectively, our barristers practice across all areas of civil and commercial litigation.
Appeal upholding lower court’s finding that second mortgagee took reasonable precautions to obtain the true market value of the property, such that the sale of which was not an improvident sale.Download PDF
Court found that certain work approved by condominium board fell under “repairs and maintenance” and was not a “substantial change” to the common elements.Download PDF
We invite you to get in touch with any of our lawyers to discuss your legal needs. Clients can rest assured that they have the entire firm’s resources and contacts at their disposal.