Jun 10, 2016
Neil Abramson wins injunction allowing Caplansky's Delicatessen to reopen
After the landlord of Caplansky’s Deli unexpectedly terminated the lease earlier this week, Neil Abramson of Torkin Manes LLP, lawyer for Zane Caplansky, appeared in court today with an injunction to regain use of the College Street property for his client. The Ontario Superior Court judge ruled the lease valid and that the landlord had to immediately return “exclusive use” of the property to Zane Caplansky.
Full media coverage is listed below:
Caplansky’s Deli mystery unravels in court as landlord’s reason for changing locks revealed, National Post, June 10, 2016
Caplansky's Deli, closed after owner locked out by landlord, can reopen, judge rules, CBC News, June 10, 2016
Caplansky's set to reopen after court ruling, Toronto Star, June 10, 2016
Caplansky’s Deli reopens after court rules lease is valid, Global News, June 10, 2016
Order up! Caplansky's gets OK from courts to reopen, CityNews, June 10, 2016
Judge allows Caplansky back in restaurant, Toronto Sun, June 10, 2016
Trouble for Toronto smoked meat empire: Deli king vows legal battle after landlord changes locks, National Post, June 9, 2016
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