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Crown Law Office

The Crown Law Office – Civil (CLOC) is the central civil litigation and advisory office for the Government of Ontario. With more than 65 lawyers, it provides advice and representation to Crown agencies, corporations and ministries across Ontario. CLOC counsel appear in all levels of court, including the Supreme Court, and are routinely

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Constitutional Law Branch

(3 days ago) The Constitutional Law Branch (CLB) provides advice to the Ontario government regarding constitutional issues pertaining to programs, policies, and legislation as well as constitution reform. While our practice is mostly civil litigation, we often handle significant constitutional issues in provincial prosecutions.

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How do I find a lawyer

(6 days ago) Law Society of Ontario. Visit the Law Society Referral Service at www.findlegalhelp.ca to search for a lawyer who is willing to provide a consultation for a child protection matter. A crisis line is available in English or French, Monday to Friday, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. The crisis line is intended for people who would like a referral to a

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Code of Canon Law

(7 days ago) law establishes otherwise, is to take care that acts of the curia are gathered, arranged, and safeguarded in the archive of the curia. §2. If it seems necessary, the chancellor can be given an assistant whose title is to be vice-chancellor. §3. By reason of being chancellor and vice-chancellor they are notaries and secretaries of the curia.

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Court Services Division Policies and Procedures on Public

(5 days ago) Unless legislation, a common law rule or a court order restricts access, records of such applications are publicly accessible if: An application is made with notice to the respondent; or An application is made without notice to the respondent, the order is granted, and the respondent has been served.

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Part 10: Motions to Change a Final Order or Written Agreement

(8 days ago) Rule 15 of the Family Law Rules tells you how to change a final order or written agreement. The Right Municipality and Court. There are rules about where you can make motions to change, which are similar to the rules that apply as if you are starting a new case. There are two factors that you must consider: the right municipality and the right

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Part 7: Required Steps

(7 days ago) Rule 8.1 of the Family Law Rules tells you about MIPs. If you are the applicant, at the time of filing the application you will receive two notices to go to the MIP session – one for you and one for the other party. You are responsible for ensuring that the other party’s MIP notice is …

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Key Changes to the Construction Lien Act (Now the

(7 days ago) The following chart outlines some of the key amendments to the construction lien and holdback rules that came into force on July 1, 2018. Current Rule (Until June 30, 2018)

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Family Legal Services Review

(9 days ago) The Law Society’s Rights of Appearance for Lawyer Licensing Process Candidates [44] document ( Rights of Appearance document) provides that students-at-law (i.e. articling students, employed students and those in the Law Practice Program) may appear before Ontario courts and tribunals on the following family law matters, provided the

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Guide to Serving Documents in Divisional Court Appeals

(2 days ago) On an employee in the Crown Law Office – Civil of the Ministry of the Attorney General, pursuant to s. 15 of the Crown Liability and Proceedings Act, 2019. Attorney General of Ontario. By leaving a copy with a solicitor in the Crown Law Office (Civil Law) of the Ministry the Attorney General. 16.02(1)(h) Absentee

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Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Revenue

(3 days ago) Summer Law. Summer law students will receive excellent exposure to the various practice areas in our branch. The duration of the student’s time is spent in the Toronto office performing tasks similar to those listed above for articling students. There is no prosecutions rotation for summer students.

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Fact Sheet: Mandatory Mediation

(8 days ago) Certain civil actions, such as family law cases, are excluded from mandatory mediation. The types of cases which are NOT subject to rule 24.1 Mandatory Mediation are: Actions covered by rule 75.1 (Estates, Trusts and Substitute Decisions)

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Enhancing Access to Justice in French: A Response to the

(1 days ago) For example, the Law Society Tribunal, launched in March 2014, an administrative tribunal that processes and adjudicates regulatory cases relating to Ontario lawyers and paralegals under the Law Society Act and associated regulations, and applies the Rules of Practice and Procedure passed by Convocation, is chaired by a bilingual lawyer and has

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Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee

(5 days ago) We provide both the summer law and articling students an opportunity to learn about various areas of the law while at the same time assisting the most vulnerable people in society. Articling Our articling students gain knowledge about the various areas within our office by rotating through three different areas: Guardianship Services

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Ministry of Transportation

(3 days ago) The Legal Service Branch of the Ministry of Transportation provides legal services to all areas of the ministry in every aspect of its affairs. We are organized functionally along the ministry’s core business lines with a Road User Safety Section, a Provincial Highways Management Section and a Transportation Policy and Planning Section.

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The Criminal Appeal Process in Ontario

(Just Now) In Canada, anyone found guilty of breaking the law may ask a higher court to review what happened at the trial. This is called an appeal. An offender may file an appeal against the conviction and/or the sentence. The Crown may also appeal against an acquittal or a sentence but, generally speaking, the Crown's right to appeal is much more

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Crown Attorneys' Offices

(Just Now) Summer Law. Summer law students are provided with a similar experience as articling students, ranging from legal research and drafting facta to assisting with serious prosecutions. Many summer law students return to the Crown Attorneys’ offices for articling. Why choose us. If you desire a career in litigation, this is the career for you.

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Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development

(5 days ago) Who we are. The Legal Services Branch of the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development (MLTSD) is the centre of legal excellence in the areas of occupational health and safety, employment standards, labour relations, workplace insurance, consumer protection, and pay equity law.We provide strategic, practical and high quality legal advice, advocacy, and legislative drafting …

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Family Responsibility Office

(2 days ago) Articling and summer law students will assist the lawyers in all facets of their legal work, including research, writing memoranda, drafting court documents, and drafting and responding to Freedom of Information appeals.

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Not-For-Profit Incorporator's Handbook

(2 days ago) In law, a corporation is an artificial person or a legal entity having an independent existence, separate and distinct from that of its members. The corporation owns property in its own name, acquires rights, obligations and liabilities, enters into contracts and agreements and has the capacity to sue and be sued as would a natural person.

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Guide to Serving Documents

(8 days ago) About this guide: The information contained in this guide is simply an overview of the relevant legislation and rules of procedure. It is not intended to be a substitute for the Rules of the Small Claims Court, which should be examined for specific information.Nothing contained, expressed or implied in this guide is intended as, or should be taken or understood as, legal advice.

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Wrongful Convictions: The Effect of Tunnel Vision and

(4 days ago) law, rules of evidence, criminal practice, or investigative procedures may increase the risk of wrongful conviction to an unacceptable level.2 A significant number of studies on wrongful convictions have been done during the past two decades. They were undertaken in distinct and diverse legal, political, and social

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What is Divisional Court

(Just Now) The Law Society Referral Service can provide you with the name of a lawyer in your area, who will provide a free initial consultation of up to 30 minutes to help determine your rights and options. If you would like to be referred to a lawyer, you may submit a request to the Law Society Referral Service by completing the online request form at

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Property Maintenance and Repair Policies, Regulations

(8 days ago) written policy on the enforcement of their Property Standards by-law, much of the information regarding unwritten enforcement policies was provided to the Commission by Chief Building Officials and others within the Building Department or the By-Law Enforcement Department, where there was one. The appendix at the end of the paper is a helpful

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THE REVEREND FRANCIS G. MORRISEY, O.M.I. Education

(9 days ago) - The Canon Law Society of Australia and New Zealand - The Canon Law Society of Southern Africa - 3 - 5. Special functions 1985-2001: Consultor to the Pontifical Council for the Interpretation of Legislative Texts (Vatican City) 1995-2000: Consultor, Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and

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D. Administration of Estates, Trusts and Specialized

(9 days ago) A fee of 10% of the total value of the property or estates, to be deducted from the property or estate. (a) Registration of Cautions on real property under the Estates Administration Act or preparation of a Withdrawal of Caution: $150., payable by the estate upon registration of a Caution on title; and $150. payable by the estate or applicant

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OUTLINE OF EVIDENCE Wendy van Tongeren Harvey …

(Just Now) SEXUAL OFFENCES: CRIMINAL LAW, POLICY AND PRACTICE An ideal child abuse prosecution entails getting before the trier of fact all of the relevant evidence and applicable law in order to provide the fullest opportunity to reach a principled decision. Where a child witness is involved, protecting the child from further trauma is of paramount

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Ontario's Tobacco Litigation: Frequently Asked Questions

(2 days ago) On September 29, 2009, Ontario filed a $50-billion claim against several tobacco companies under the Tobacco Damages and Health Care Costs Recovery Act, 2009. This lawsuit is currently before the courts. For more information about this litigation, read the following frequently asked questions:

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Preparing for the Bilingual Court Interpreting Test

(5 days ago) This will allow you to prepare for the Bilingual Exam by accessing the Bilingual Test Preparation manual and the digital audio files. If you want to print the manual, you will also need a printer. An audio recorder such as a cassette tape recorder, a minidisk recorder or a Dictaphone type of dictation machine, either tape or digital, which you

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