Who's getting sued: March 14, 2017

These corporate claims were filed with the BC Supreme Court registry in Vancouver. Information is derived from notices of civil claim. Civil claims have not ...
These corporate claims were filed with the BC Supreme Court registry in Vancouver. Information is derived from notices of civil claim. Civil claims have not been tested or proven in court.  

Defendants

Pin Han Huang and Chiao-Yin Yang

Plaintiffs

Hua Zhang and Golden Top Financial Services Inc.

Claim

$810,000 for debt.

Defendants

Michael Tran and 0808607 B.C. Ltd.

Plaintiff

Ha Thuy Thi Hoang aka Lisa Hoang

Claim

$354,450 for debt.

Defendants

0867356 B.C. Ltd. and Double Kappa Holdings Ltd.

Plaintiffs

Martin Williamson and David Edward Williamson

Claim

$260,225 for the return of a real estate deposit.

Defendants

0907895 B.C. Ltd. and Mark Chilcott

Plaintiff

Brenda Deutsch

Claim

$232,000 for debt.

Defendants

Chariots of Vancouver Enterprises Ltd. dba Chariots of Vancouver Ent Ltd. and Kurtis Subramani and Kartikeyan Subramani and John Does 1-10

Plaintiffs

Craig Cook and Colin Moore

Claim

$146,000 for debt.

Defendants

Xuanwen Yang and Chinese Cooperation Community of North America Ltd.

Plaintiff

James Alan Greatbanks aka Jim Greatbanks

Claim

$145,000 for real estate referral work.

Defendant

Vishi Contruction Ltd.

Plaintiff

Skyline Scaffold Ltd.

Claim

$67,326 for scaffolding installation; a builders lien.

Defendants

1012411 B.C. Ltd. and Family First Pharmacy and Tazim Mohammed and Jhoanie Adante and Rennita Prasad

Plaintiff

Her Majesty the Queen in right of British Columbia

Claim

$57,802 for payments wrongfully received under the PharmaCare program.

Defendants

Swartz Enterprises Inc. and Daniel J. Swartz and Amacon Construction Ltd. and Amacon Development (Alderbridge) Corp.

Plaintiff

Towerworks Concrete Ltd.

Claim

$38,595 for concrete formwork; a builders lien.

Defendant

Finning International Inc.

Plaintiff

Teck Resources Ltd.

Claim

Damages for costs of repairing a truck that caught fire due to defendant’s shoddy maintenance work.

Defendant

Ekos Redevelopments Inc.

Plaintiffs

Toan Duc Nguyen and Thi Minh Chau Dang

Claim

Damages for breach of contract for deficient renovation work.

Defendants

James Scott Munro and Intrinsic Venture Corp. and Intrinsic Capital Corp. and Audrey Perez and Embella Holdings Ltd. and Emisa Desarrollos S.A. and Doe and ABC Cos.

Plaintiffs

Amandip Jagpal and Harpreet Hayer and Walter Paris

Claim

Injunctive and declaratory relief to compel defendants to deliver share certificates to plaintiffs.

Defendant

Abe Willaim Groenen

Plaintiff

RS Line Construction Inc.

Claim

Damages for breach of contract and negligence arising from defendant’s failure to properly install more than 800 hydro pole anchors, which need to be dug up and replaced at an estimated cost of more than $1 million.

Defendant

Tower Resources Ltd.

Plaintiffs

T. Cameron Scott and V.F. Erickson Consultants Ltd.

Claim

Damages for breach of contract for failure to transfer title to mineral claims under an option agreement.

Defendant

Jung-Tsun Hong

Plaintiff

Donald’s Fine Foods

Claim

Damages for breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty and unlawful interference with contractual relations for misuse of confidential information by a former employee.

Defendants

Factory Sales and Engineering Inc. dba FSE Energy and James Thibaut II and Elizabeth Laborde

Plaintiff

TVE Industrial Services Ltd.

Claim

Damages for breach of contract and breach of trust for wrongful appropriation of trust funds.

Defendant

D.M. Valve & Controls Inc.

Plaintiff

Greater Vancouver Water District

Claim

Damages for breach of contract and negligence related to the supply of defective valves that caused damage to plaintiff’s pressure-reducing system and energy-recovery facility.

Defendant

Irfan Barkat Ali

Plaintiff

Feroz Rahiman

Claim

Damages for breach of contract for failure to pay plaintiff’s share of profits from a property deal.

Defendants

Canam Marketing Ltd. and John Curtis Dale

Plaintiff

Expresco Foods Inc.

Claim

Damages for breach of contract and injunctive relief for the return of confidential information after plaintiff discovered defendants were secretly representing a competitor while also working for plaintiff.

Defendants

Royal Bank of Canada and John Does 1-2

Plaintiff

Triton Films Inc.

Claim

Declaratory relief for an accounting of trust funds converted by defendants after a film financing deal fell through.

Defendant

Stratex International PLC

Plaintiff

SA Targeted Investing Corp.

Claim

Damages for breach of contract for failure to pay mining royalties.

Defendant

Urban Communications Inc.

Plaintiff

Focus Communications Inc.

Claim

Specific performance of a transfer agreement for fibre optic strands and an access cable.

Defendants

J L & D Holdings Ltd. dba North American Inspections and Robert Wayne Hiram Hills and Clare Elizabeth Hills

Plaintiff

Ross Grapple Yarding Ltd.

Claim

Damages for misrepresentation for failure to disclose defects in a property plaintiff purchased.

Defendants

Van Dyke Holdings Ltd. and Tim Van Dyke

Plaintiffs

Brian Jessel Autosport Inc. and Brian Jessel Holdings Inc. and Brian Jessel and Murada Holdings Ltd. and Jim Murray

Claim

Specific performance of a shareholders’ agreement after defendant ceased to work for plaintiffs, triggering a provision compelling him to sell back his shares.

Defendants

Big Tree Construction Ltd. and Hong Jun Zhao

Plaintiff

Juanli Li

Claim

Damages for breach of contract arising from defendants billing plaintiff for fake expenses for a laneway home construction project.

Defendants

Tianjin GF International Trade Co. Ltd. and Tianjin Great Future Int. Orient Overseas Container Line Ltd. and RBF International Ltd.

Plaintiff

DP World (Canada) Inc.

Claim

Damages arising from a fire caused by defendants’ hazardous cargo, which was susceptible to spontaneous combustion.

Defendant

City of Surrey

Plaintiff

Unitow Services (1978) Ltd.

Claim

Damages for breach of contract for failure to negotiate a towing services contract renewal in good faith after defendant disputed certain charges made by plaintiff, and later awarded a contract to a company without adequate equipment or facilities.

Defendants

Ernest Hee and Boughton Law Corp.

Plaintiff

G-8 Properties Inc.

Claim

Damages for breach of contract and professional negligence arising from defendants’ failure to advise plaintiff that the terms of a real estate purchase agreement were ambiguous in terms of posting security for construction costs and servicing upgrades.

Defendants

Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver and Kim Spencer and Jacqueline Orina and Rajesh Kumar Leelh

Plaintiff

Steven Dong

Claim

Damages for defamation arising from statements published by the defendants falsely accusing plaintiff of unethical conduct as a realtor.

Defendants

Nicholas Kam and Tony Yee and Simon Lau and Canadian Chinese Business Development Association

Plaintiffs

Karry Au Yeaung and Mei Ling Wu and Shen Qun Ke and Qui Qing Xu and Lisa Wong and Sammie Liang and Frankie Huang and Monica Fung and Delane Industry Co. Ltd.

Claim

Damages for breach of fiduciary duty and defamation arising from the unfair denial of plaintiffs’ membership in the Canadian Chinese Business Development Association.

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