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- Larissa Katz is an associate professor at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. She teaches and writes about property law and theory.
Globe and Mail | August 20, 2014
It’s not ‘Who took my bike,’ but 'Who really controls the sidewalk?'
Brookfield Property Partners, the owner of Toronto’s Hudson’s Bay Centre, outraged many residents when its employees removed a bicycle locked to a pole on a public sidewalk in front of its property...Read more
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