A hidden defect of which the seller was unaware
Sometimes, after buying the house of your dreams, you discover a structural or construction problem that wasn’t apparent at the visit. In this case, it may be a defect. What happens if the seller was unaware of this fact?
The expert tax lawyer
Are you looking for a lawyer specialized in taxes and GST/QST? Find out how proper tax planning and professional representation can help you deal with disputes with Revenue Quebec or the Canada Revenue Agency.
Psychological harassment at work: how to react should it happen to you
Find out how an employment lawyer can provide valuable assistance in the event of psychological harassment in your workplace.
Why make a shareholders’ agreement?
The preparation and adoption of a shareholders’ agreement is recommended when there is more than one interest holder in a corporation. Consider the implications of the shareholders’ agreement.
Learn about the two types of international law
When you are involved in legal matters in other countries, it is essential to ensure that you are working with a law firm that has mastered the two main facets of international law: public international law and private international law.
Duties of the lessor – Commercial lease
When a landlord decides to lease commercial space, he or she is legally bound by a number of rules or obligations throughout the term of the lease.
Tax Law | Registered Charities: Get Your Status Back
Your organization had registered charity status but recently lost that status?
Legal construction hypothec
You have participated in the construction or renovation of a building and the client refuses to pay? Don’t worry, you are likely to be legally protected.
Real Estate Law: Presumption of equal co-ownership between joint co-owners, whether or not they are spouses
Are you in a difficult situation regarding real estate law as it relates to co-ownership between a couple… whether spouses or not? Read on.
Exaggeration of amounts claimed = abuse of process
Abuse of process is defined by article 51 of the Code of Civil Procedure