John R. Wood
Over recent years, rights of way have become a lightning rod for fundamental questions about the Ontario land registration system.
A recent example is MacIssac v. Salo, now going through the Ontario Court of Appeal. The Ontario Bar Association decided that the case was important enough for it to intervene in the appeal.
You may take many things from the case. Most important, perhaps, although the registers are well kept, don't take them at face value. The decision could even be important for property rights in Ontario
You're invited to read the summary of the case . . . [more]