Mark Vernon

Litigation Lawyer

Mark is a litigation lawyer with a practice focusing on real estate litigation and municipal law, including:

  • Land use planning appeals to the Ontario Land Tribunal;
  • Easement, right of way and Road Access Act disputes;
  • Adverse possession claims;
  • Riparian rights issues;
  • Legal non-conforming property rights;
  • Municipal by-law compliance including defence of municipal prosecutions;
  • Unjust enrichment claims;
  • Partition Act applications; 
  • Breach of contract/breach of trust claims;
  • Title insurance issues; 
  • Applications for rectification of title;
  • Misrepresentation/negligence claims; 
  • Construction deficiency claims; 
  • Insurance coverage claims; and
  • General litigation.

Mark completed his undergraduate degree in English (Economics minor) at Wilfrid Laurier University.  He received his law degree from the University of New Brunswick in 2013. He has worked exclusively as a litigator since his call to the Ontario Bar in 2014, acting for clients in the Superior Court of Justice, Divisional Court, Court of Appeal, Ontario Court of Justice, and the Ontario Land Tribunal (formerly Local Planning Appeal Tribunal/Ontario Municipal Board).

Born in Toronto, Mark grew up in Barrie and enjoys hockey, snowboarding, and spending time on the water with his wife and children.

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