In Issa v. Wilson, the Ontario Court of Appeal affirmed a trial decision that set aside an agreement of purchase and sale on the basis that the size of the real property had been misrepresented in the listing for sale. The fact that the agreement of purchase and sale had an entire agreement clause did not displace the effect of the misrepresentation as to square footage. A real estate agent (Jarrah) represented both the home seller (Wilson) and the home buyer (Issa). Jarrah represented to Issa that the home was 2,100 square feet when it was, in fact, only 1,450 ... [more] Full article
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