Is there any reason why Réno-Dépôt was too much of a hurry to sell?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from 1427814 Ontario Limited v 3697584 Canada Inc., 2012 ONSC 156 (CanLII):

Réno-Dépôt was in too much of a hurry to sell, especially given that its principal and interest were not in jeopardy. There was a substantial cushion between the money owed to it and the offers being made. See Wood v. Bank of Nova Scotia 1979 10 R.P.R. 1565.

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