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Canada: Ontario Case Law Pushes The Limits Of Provincial Limitation Period - Torys LLP

Mondaq Wednesday, 22 May 2019
When can two years take more than 24 months? In Ontario, in the limitations context, a two-year limitation period is not always two years.
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