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April 8, 2021
Family-law
Family law governs the legal obligations and responsibilities of spouses, parents, and children. Whether you are married or in a conjugal relationship, family law dictates certain rights and responsibilities you have towards your spouse while you are together and if the relationship ends. If you have dependents, you also have legal obligations and duties towards...
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Criminal-Law
What makes the criminal justice system complex is its shared jurisdiction between federal, provincial, territorial, and municipal agencies. Criminal law falls under public law. It is not principally focused on the harm or wrong done to an individual. A criminal offence is mainly a wrong against society, and it is the Crown rather than the...
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civil litigation
Civil matters can take many forms, including disputes over contracts, ownership and property use, wrongful dismissal, or debt collection. The burden is on the plaintiff to prove the factual and legal elements of a case. And unlike criminal matters, both the plaintiff and defendant are required to provide full disclosure of everything relevant to the...
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Wills and Estate
A will is a legal document that states how you want your estate distributed after death. You are not legally required to prepare a will. However, if you do not have a will, provincial legislation will determine how your estate is divided. 1. Estate representative   An estate representative follows the instructions you left in...
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Every year, the Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada select foreign nationals as permanent and temporary residents while meeting international human rights obligations for asylum seekers. Canada has one of the highest immigration rates per capita among developed nations and the world’s largest and most generous immigration programs. In addition to current federal programs and policies...
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Corporate Law
A corporation is a legal entity separate in law from its owners and can own property, carry on business, possess rights, and incur liabilities. Because corporations are distinct legal entities, they can sue in their own names and enjoy perpetual existence. Businesses may be incorporated under Ontario’s Business Corporations Act or under the Canada Business...
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