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In order to claim a statutory trust, must a supplier have knowledge of the improvement into which its goods are being incorporated? More particularly, must the supplier intend that its goods benefit a particular project and must the supplier eventually be able to prove the exact project to which its goods were supplied? These questions were answered in Sunview Doors v. Academy Doors, a 2010 decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal.

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