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Which Court do I start my claim in - Small Claims Court or the Ontario Superior Court of Justice?

... late to correct this error. Making Strategic and Informed Decisions As a junior litigator in our civil litigation department, I often deal with our clients with claims on the ‘lower’ end of the spectrum. Often ...

What You Need to Know as a Director of a Private Corporation

... diminish their obligation to the corporation, e.g. ensuring the decision made does not result in civil or criminal liability against the corporation.  Directors must also be diligent in ensuring th...

Want to challenge a Will? Seepa v. Seepa and its impact on estate litigation

... Court of Justice released its decision in Seepa v. Seepa (2017 ONSC 5368) and its impact on estate litigation is being felt. The facts of the case are relatively straightforward: In her last Will, written ...
... heralded by Hryniak. The appellate courts require this court to always be mindful of the goals of the civil justice system so as to implement the law to achieve fair and just outcomes through processes that ...

The Doctrine of Knowing Assistance to Fraud – Can you be liable when you did nothing?

...in trying to recover from a fraudster. In the case, 20-02-2018 19:09:00,212,Orie H. Niedzviecki, Civil Litigatin ...

Testamentary Trusts and Graduated Rate Estates

... the trust's primary beneficiary is taxed in the trusts and not in the hands of the beneficiary. Civil Litigation By virtue of legislation enacted by the previous federal government, as of January 1st, 2016 most ...

Small Claims 101

... purposes only. If you require formal legal advice concerning a Small Claims Court matter or any other civil litigation matter, you are advised to contact a lawyer. 1. The maximum monetary claim permitted in Small ...

Secret Trusts

...e secret trust rests on the party who is attempting to enforce its terms. The party must meet the civil standard of proof, which is proof on a balance of probabilities. The Succession Law Reform Act,...

Ontario’s New Consumer Protection Law

... become familiar with the new Act and begin taking steps to comply with the obligations imposed by it. Civil Litigation The new Consumer Protection Act, 2002 (the “Act”) will come into force on July 30, 2005. This Act ...

Losing your Deposit

... This disparity needs to be resolved by the Court. What does this mean for vendors? Speak to litigation counsel before agreeing to release the deposit back to the breaching purchaser. You might be entitled ...
... transaction falls through? Who gets to keep it? 01-03-2018 19:09:00,26,Evelyn Perez Youssoufian, Civil Litigation ...

Lawyer Fees 101

... to settle. The full list of factors to be considered are set out in section 57.01 of the Rules of Civil Procedure, which can be reviewed here. How much of your fees can you win? The amount of fees ...
... they can recover their legal fees. Criminal Law,12-10-2021 11:03:00,118,58,Yousef Elsohemy, Civil Litigation ...

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