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By Jennifer Hetherington, Elias Rabinovitch
You've just signed an agreement of purchase and sale, and you've discovered that drugs were illegally manufactured on the property years before the seller bought it. Can you get your deposit back?
By Marty Rabinovitch, Elias Rabinovitch
If an injury or illness has resulted in there being no reasonable likelihood that you will be able to return to work within the foreseeable future, you may be entitled to compensation.
By Jennifer Hetherington, Steven Huryn
Parties to a real estate Agreement of Purchase and Sale occasionally ask whether they actually need a lawyer to close the deal. The answer to that question is a resounding yes.
By John Schuman
In Canada, a child's right to receive an education is an important one. As a result, children both in private and publicly funded schools are entitled to have any allegations put forth against them,
By Robert Adourian, Steven Huryn
The past decade has seen a considerable increase in the number of condominium developments in Southern Ontario.
By Syed Nizami
An Educational Credential Assessment, or an ECA report, is required by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to assess one's international academic credentials
By Marty Rabinovitch, Elias Rabinovitch
June 14th, 2019 by Marty Rabinovitch and Elias Rabinovitch A recent labour arbitration decision from Saskatchewan has suggested what the boundaries around workplace consumption of medical
By Marc Spivak
Over the years, ride-hailing services have become increasingly popular and the demand appears to be increasing.
By Robert Adourian, Steven Huryn
You have recently closed the deal on what you thought was your perfect dream home. After moving in you discover that the house is in need of many more significant repairs than you expected.
By John Schuman
Ontario Family Court judges generally have a very dim impression of parents, mothers or fathers, who deny their children the opportunity to have a relationship with both parents.
By Marty Rabinovitch, Elias Rabinovitch
Bill 66, which received royal assent on April 3rd, 2019, changes the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (ESA) and the Labour Relations Act (LRA).
By Robert Adourian
An important part of preparing for a real estate transaction is making sure that you have sufficient identification documents to satisfy the requirements of your realtor, lawyer and mortgage lender.
By John Schuman
Under Ontario's current Family Law legislation, pets, of any sort, are "property", such as furniture, cars or bank accounts. Judges do not decide matters based on the "best interests of the pet", as they do parenting issues, ...
By Maya Krishnaratne
Foreign nationals need authorization from the Canadian government to work. For international students, work experience can help a great deal in being exposed to the Canadian job market,
By Frank Shostack
In this video, Frank Shostack explains his approach to law through two principles, by meeting the clients needs and making connections with his clients.
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