Is a notice of lease on title valid?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from Ontario Pension Board v. H&M Hennes & Mauritz Inc., 2013 ONCA 352 (CanLII):

In my view, this argument cannot succeed. The typical reason for registering a notice of lease on title is to furnish notice of the registering party’s leasehold interest to third parties in order to protect the priority of the registering party’s leasehold interest against competing claims by others: see for example, Russo v. Field, 1973 CanLII 10 (SCC), [1973] S.C.R. 466, at pp. 480-81.

Other Questions

What common law rights apply to a landlord who terminated a lease without notice? (Ontario, Canada)
What is the test for constructive notice of a lessors’ title? (Ontario, Canada)
Can a person who is a beneficiary of a will who is not a testator be heard to allege that he has no title or any greater title than that of the testator? (Ontario, Canada)
Can a landlord who has breached a lease agreement with a tenant sue the landlord for breach of the lease agreement for damages? (Ontario, Canada)
Is a license by parol as valid as a grant valid? (Ontario, Canada)
When an employee is paid severance in lieu of working notice rather than working notice, what is the appropriate date for the severance payment? (Ontario, Canada)
What is the test for late notice of a municipality's failure to provide notice to a plaintiff? (Ontario, Canada)
Can a tenant who covenanted to a lease with a landlord demand a renewal of the lease on behalf of the landlord? (Ontario, Canada)
What is the legal test for establishing that a contract for a lease is enforceable by stating that the lease will commence at the date of substantial completion of the leased premises? (Ontario, Canada)
Can a notice of discontinuance be set aside if the notice was intended to avoid an interlocutory order? (Ontario, Canada)

There are no other similar questions at this time.