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Breach of Contract

28th July 2009
Breach of contract happens quite often. Two or more parties enter into a good faith arrangement and during their relationship, one or more decide(s) for whatever non-legally valid reason not to hold up their end of the bargain. A few types of breaches are... Read >

Creating a Trust in Canada

28th July 2009
A trust is a device used to store assets and divvy them out under certain rules. Trusts contain any asset type a trustor (the person forming the trust, also referred to as grantor) chooses to put in it. Many trusts are setup with loved ones in mind, provi... Read >

Canadian Laws on Canadian Adult Child Support

28th July 2009
Adult child support invokes the response that most oxymorons entail- say what now? Although adults are not children, some adult children or adult dependants cannot survive on their own and require the assistance of their parents. Some cases that fall unde... Read >

Canadian Lawyers and Laws on Veterinary Malpractice

12th June 2009
We're all familiar with medical malpractice in the common sense where an impetuous surgeon misplaces a scalpel or two inside a patient's chest cavity... but what about pets? As it turns out, more and more cases are surfacing involving the death of a pet d... Read >

Canadian law office structure

12th June 2009
Law offices vary in size from single lawyer firms to large, multinational entities. To understand how an office is typically setup the surrounding climates must be taken into consideration. Smaller firms tend to be more specialized to a certain branch of ... Read >

Becoming a Landlord in Ontario and the laws that relate to it

17th April 2009
Deciding to become a landlord is a big commitment and can be very lucrative if certain steps are taken. In 2007, the Residential Tenancies Act (RTA) replaced the Tenant Protection Act and any rental agreements that conflict with the relatively new law are... Read >

How to get a restraining order

10th April 2009
A restraining order is a court document signed by a judge requiring a person to not do certain things and abide by certain conditions. The purpose of a restraining order is to legally protect individuals who feel they have been abused, harassed, stalked o... Read >