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Canada decides comfort letters are not binding promises

In a recent case in Ontario, a judge ruled that comfort letters are in general not contractually enforceable. However, liability could run for negligent or fraudulent misrepresentation. By Michael Stephenson of Blake, Cassels & Graydon, Toronto

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