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Court Rules and Legislature.

The composition of Ontario courts is regulated by Ontario Courts of Justice Act, R.S.O. 1990,  C.43.  A copy of the Ontario Courts of Justice Act can be found at http://www.e-laws.gov.on.ca/html/statutes/english/elaws_statutes_90c43_e.htm.

The different courts and tribunals are regulated by different courts rules, for example:

1. Ontario Superior Court of Justice (claims over $25,000) http://www.canlii.org/en/on/laws/regu/rro-1990-reg-194/latest/rro-1990-reg-194.html.

2. Small Claims Court (claims under $25,000) http://www.e-laws.gov.on.ca/html/regs/english/elaws_regs_980258_e.htm.

3. Family Court Rules http://www.e-laws.gov.on.ca/html/regs/english/elaws_regs_990114_e.htm

Please note that there may be additional rules and court directives depending on particular matter.  In addition, some rules cannot be understood without understanding interpretation of the rules by judges in preceding decision. 

 

Lawyer's Practice.

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Complimentary Client's Guide to Litigation before Ontario Courts.

Litigation Procedure and Jurisdiction of Courts.
Ontario Minister of the Attorney General's Court Database.
Consultation and Legal Advice from a Litigation Lawyer.
Avoiding Litigation.
Demand Letter.
Collecting Evidence.
How to assist your Lawyer.
Communication with your Lawyer.
Second Opinion and Changing Lawyers.
Confidentiality and Litigation Privilege.
Limitation Periods.
The Parties to the Court Action.
Pleadings.
Statement of Claim.
Statement of Defence.
Counterclaims, Cross-claims and Third Party Claims.
Affidavits.
Settlement.
Default Judgment and Motion to set aside Default.
Motions.
Injunctions.
Examination for Discovery and Affidavit of Documents.
Arbitration.
Mediation.
Pre-Trial Conferences.
Trials.
Damages.
Costs.
Enforcement of Court Orders and Judgments.
Appeals and Judicial Reviews.
Administrative Law Process and Jurisdiction of Administrative Boards and Tribunals.
Family Law Courts: Divorce, Child Custody, Access, Division of Property, Spousal Support and Maintenance.



Some Areas of Litigation Practice.

Civil and Commercial Litigation.
Litigation of Business Disputes.
Real Estate Litigation.
Collection of Debts.
Breach of Contract.
Construction Liens and Disputes.
Damage to Property.
Professional Negligence.
Commercial Leasing Litigation.
Franchise Litigation.
Shareholder's Disputes.
Trust and Estate Litigation.
Appeals and Judicial Reviews.

Referrals.

Please contact the lawyer for a free referral to an expert lawyer in areas of family law, personal injury law, real estate transactions, drafting wills and real estate, criminal law and any other areas of law.

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