Normally, you get nothing if you quit your job – except wages (broadly defined) and vacation pay you have earned up to your last day.
During the summer months, I receive many calls from cyclists who have been struck by automobiles while cycling on City roads. Many of these individuals use a bicycle as their primary mode of transportation and therefore, do not own cars and do not have automobile insurance.
Generally speaking, an original Will is required for the Court to issue a Certificate of Appointment of Estate Trustee (formerly called “probate”); and even where probate is not necessarily required, a deceased person’s financial institutions will likely require the original Will or a notarial copy.
Maintaining professional credibility and integrity in personal injury advertising is essential as lawyers aim to serve individuals undergoing some of the most difficult experiences of their lives, says Hamilton personal injury lawyer Andrew Spurgeon
Ross & McBride was proud to sponsor an Evening with Ndaba Mandela, a fundraising event for his Africa Rising Foundation, and the Hamilton charity, Empowerment Squared.
Mr. McCorkill died in February 2004. In his Will, after paying his debts and taxes, he left his estate to the “NATIONAL ALLIANCE, a Virginia corporation”, an organization who was described as racist, white supremacist, and hate-inspired. Isabelle, Mr. McCorkill’s sister, applied to the New Brunswick courts to set her brother’s Will aside.
As the mother of two young children and a frequent visitor of public parks, I am surprised by the number of dog owners who allow their dogs to run freely and unleashed in public areas which are heavily populated. If you or your child is attacked by a dog, you can sue the dog owner(s) for damages and expenses.
“Silent” executors beware! As an executor, whether you actively participate in the administration of the estate or not, you are fully responsible for what happens in the estate.
Congratulations to our Class of 2016 articling students on their Call to Bar.
Most employees are entitled to minimum amounts of notice (or pay in lieu, etc.), under applicable legislation as well as more generous “pay in lieu” under what is called the principle of reasonable notice of termination at common law.