April 2022

In Ontario, generally speaking, a party has two years to sue from the date they discovered a wrong. This is called a claim. A claim is considered discovered, for the purposes of starting a lawsuit, on the day on which the person knew that: (1) An injury or damages occurred (2) it was caused by...
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Title : Your First Civil Trial Date : March 31 @ 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM, 2022 Description : Your first civil trial can be both exciting and frightening. Don’t simply approach your first trial as a learning experience, hope for a good outcome, and expect better results next time around. For further details >...
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