Condo rule in place since 1983 is too ‘harsh,’ outdated and must be overturned, says court

Headline: This decision could be important for interpretation of other statutes, and wherever nullity has been applied in the past. I think the law is increasingly skeptical of nullity,” says Gleason, a partner at Dewart Gleason LLP in Toronto. “Nullity is really an archaic and not very useful concept, and doesn't really have a place anymore in modern civil litigation law.
Outlet: Law Times
Release Date: 02/03/2020

“This decision could be important for interpretation of other statutes, and wherever nullity has been applied in the past. I think the law is increasingly skeptical of nullity,” says Gleason, a partner at Dewart Gleason LLP in Toronto.

“Nullity is really an archaic and not very useful concept, and doesn’t really have a place anymore in modern civil litigation law.”