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Summary Judgment Motions in civil matters

Date: 06 Mar, 2014

The government and the courts have been striving with limited success to reduce legal fees and to shorten the court process. There has been available for a long time, the ability of a litigant* to bring a motion for summary judgment. It gives any party to a civil litigation action, the opportunity to ask the […]

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WRONGFUL DISMISSAL IS THE RULE OF THUMB MADE OUT OF PLASTER OR STEEL?

Date: 06 Mar, 2014

Wrongful Dismissal, which is discussed elsewhere on this site, is the judge made law that is superimposed upon the Employment Standards Act. It deals with the situation of an employee who is dismissed without cause and what compensation they should receive as a result.The question becomes what reasonable notice should the employee have received at […]

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Child Support for Adult Children

Date: 05 Mar, 2014

Many people may not know that child support obligations can, and often do, continue after the child reaches the age of 18. The concept of an adult child may seem like an oxymoron to some parents. They may think a child over 18 should support themselves financially. Other parents will continue to financially support their […]

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Applying to Remove an Estate Trustee: Replacing Executors

Date: 05 Mar, 2014

There are a number of reasons why a party would want to remove or replace an estate trustee. In this blog post I want to canvas the important elements that the court will look at when an application for a appointment of a new trustee is brought. I will also look at some of the […]

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