Lawyers laud proposed addictions to Ontario Human Rights Code, but say more change needed.
I am having a bunch of my friends and family over for Thanksgiving. We all like to drink and have fun. Can I be sued if things get out of hand?
I am thinking about placing my loved one into a nursing home. I am worried about them being mistreated. What should I know?
I’ve been off work with a serious medical condition for nearly two years. My long-term disability insurer has just informed me that, although I have not recovered, they are ending my benefits after I have been off for two years. Can they do this?
There is a general principle in real estate law, stemming from the Latin phrase “Caveat Emptor
”, which holds that a buyer has an obligation to exercise proper caution when acquiring real estate.
I was badly beaten. Can I sue the accused for monetary compensation?
If you have prepared your will with a lawyer you may have noticed these short two words ‘per stirpes’
(and yes it is stirpes not stripes).
In most circumstances, individuals in Ontario are free to leave their estate to anyone they wish when they pass away.
The law views a corporation as a legal entity separate from its owners (i.e. the shareholders).
Separations sever not only personal relationships they also break up the shared financial partnership of the couple.