April 18, 2011
Original Newsletter(s) this article was published in: Blaneys on Building: April 2011
by Catherine Longo (articling student)
In a Decision dated March 3, 2011 on an application to quash the effect of a municipal Bylaw to tax third party signage, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice upheld the ability of the City of Toronto to impose a tax on the owners of third party signs through the City’s Third Party Sign Tax Bylaw No. 197-2010 (Municipal Code Chapter 771), while at the same time grandfathering existing signage as at 6 April 2010.
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