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Highway Traffic Act

The Highway Traffic Act is the law that governs drivers and vehicles in Canada. This act sets out the rules for operating a motor vehicle on public roads, and outlines the consequences for breaking those rules. For instance, if you get a traffic ticket, you can expect to pay a fine or even see an increase in your insurance rates. And if you drive recklessly or without a valid license, you may be charged with a criminal offence.

Your driving record will also be affected, which can make it harder to get car insurance or even a job in the future. So it's important to familiarize yourself with the Highway Traffic Act and be aware of the rules of the road. Make sure you always drive responsibly, and if you ever get a traffic ticket, be sure to take it seriously. Following the rules of the road is the best way to ensure your safety, as well as the safety of other drivers on the road.

If you do receive a traffic ticket, your biggest concern will be how this will affect your insurance rates along with your driving record if you are found guilty. I handle all offences under the highway traffic act, and I can assist you in decreasing your demerit points, helping you save on fines and insurance rates.


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Small Claims Court

Small Claims Court is an efficient and cost-effective way to resolve small disputes involving breach of contract, unpaid invoices, promissory notes, unpaid loans, homeowner and contractors disputes, and more. The simplified process and lower costs make it a preferable option for those seeking to resolve disputes in a timely and cost-effective manner.


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Landlord and Tenant Board

Are you a landlord struggling to manage tenant issues such as not paying rent, damaging your property, or late payments? Be sure that your interests and rights are being protected with my professional guidance and representation. Get the legal support and advocacy you need to confidently navigate landlord and tenant disputes.

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Condominium Authority Tribunal

The Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) is an online dispute resolution system designed to help people resolve certain types of condominium-related disputes conveniently, quickly, and affordably. By utilizing this resource, individuals can avoid the arduous process of navigating traditional litigation and achieve resolution in a timely manner.

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