Business Licence Denial: Poor Management

Posted by Johannes Schenk on October 10th, 2006 — Posted in Municipal Law

Poor management is one reason that you see, at least in BC and some of the Vancouver cases, for the denial of a municipal business licence. Despite what the cases said I always found this to be an odd reason for denying a licence: poor management would mean that many businesses would never get a licence.

I referred to the Inter-City case last week and you will note that Justice Burnyeat makes this point in his decision.

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