Posted by Peel Law Association
on 28 March 2023
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The Law of Subdivision Control in Ontario, Fourth Edition
by Sidney Troister
Published: May 2022 by Thomson Reuters
Every real estate lawyer knows that section 50 of the Planning Act affects all real estate transactions in Ontario. With the new 2022 Amendments to the Act this is the only resource to help guide you through the intricacies. Written by leading expert Sidney Troister, The Law of Subdivision Control in Ontario has become known as the single most effective Planning Act resource since its original publication in 1988.
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