The Ontario Court of Appeal recently dismissed a lower court ruling that held a complainant to be a “vexatious litigant” and dismissed his action in Baradaran v. Tarion Warranty Corporation, 2014 ONCA 597 (CanLII).

Manoucher Baradaran had purchased a new home in which he felt there were several defects that should have been covered by Tarion Warranty Corporation under the Ontario New Home Warranties Plan Act, which allows compensation to new homebuyers for a breach of warranty on a variety of defects and problems.

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