Topic: Consideration

Is Consideration Still Necessary to Enforce Restrictive Covenants? A Consideration of the British Columbia Court of Appeal’s Decision in Rosas v. Toca

The British Columbia Court of Appeal radically altered the law of consideration last year in Rosas v. Toca. The Court held that, absent duress, unconscionability or other public policy concerns, a mid-contract variation will be enforceable as long as the parties agree to the variation. Against Rosas stand judicial presumptions of an inequality…
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SCC Will Not Have Opportunity to Resolve Questions Raised by Globex Decision

Word out of Alberta that the plaintiff company in Globex Foreign Exchange Corporation v. Kelcher, 2011 ABCA 240, will not be appealing the Alberta Court of Appeal decision to the Supreme Court of Canada. That’s too bad for those of us who had hoped for some clarification from the nation’s top…
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