The Curative Provision in Section 43(6) of the Personal Property Security Act: How Misleading is a Seriously Misleading Error?
The Personal Property Security Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 359 (the “PPSA”), came into force in October 1990. It modernizes and consolidates the law of personal property as security for debt in a single provincial statute. The PPSA contemplates a single … More
In the vast majority of professional liability cases involving erroneous financial statements, auditors are accused of negligence for failing to detect and report on accounting inaccuracies. Except where the plaintiff is the audited company, the allegation is not that the … More