that restrictive covenants were spent and that their assertion
by respondent would be meaningless — Applicant also failing
to show that restrictive covenants were so unsuitable as to be
of no value and that their assertion by respondent would be
vexatious — Conveyancing and Law of Property Act, R.S.O.
1990, c. C.34, s. 61(1).
ICONA HOSPI TALI TY INC. V. 2748355 CANADA INC. ....... (S. C.J.) 109
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