Can tenants be forced to give up their pets or risk eviction? It depends on the situation. Continue reading
Can “No Pet” clauses be included in tenancy agreements? Continue reading
Can a tenant’s rent be increased without the Landlord and Tenant Board’s approval? Continue reading
Can wages be legally withheld from an employee? Continue reading
You are sitting in your car at an intersection with two left-turning lanes waiting to turn left onto another multi-lane street. When the light turns green, you start to make your turn and side-slip into the lane to your right. After you finish making your turn, you get pulled over by a police officer. He charges you with “improper left turn”. What happened?
Did you know your insurance cost can rise dramatically after a motor vehicle collision, even if you are not charged and convicted of a Highway Traffic Act offence? Continue reading
Are either of these situations happening to you right now?
- The repair shop has completed the repairs to my vehicle, but it still doesn’t run properly and I’ve already paid the bill.
- The repair shop has made repairs to my vehicle that I did not authorize; now the shop is holding my vehicle because I refuse to pay the bill. Continue reading
I’ve done the repairs. Now I’m having trouble getting paid … If this is happening to you frequently, it may be worthwhile to consider your options from a time and financial standpoint. Continue reading
Most people know that everyone who gets into a collision while driving a motor vehicle that causes damage to property over $1,000.00 (see Note 1) or injuries either to the driver or others must report the collision to the police as soon as possible (see Note 2).The police officer who takes the report must get information from the driver reporting the collision to complete the report (see Note 3).
However, what is not understood is that this reporting obligation can create serious consequences for people charged with a serious traffic offence because what they say could be used against them. This is known as self-incrimination. Continue reading
Before you sue in Small Claims Court: PREPARE, PREPARE, PREPARE.
9. What facts and evidence do you need to prove?
10. What are the strengths and weaknesses in your case?
11. How much are you willing to pay in time and/or legal costs?
Click here Before You Sue … (Checklist) to download a basic checklist of what you might need. Continue reading