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Toronto, ON M4V 1L5
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Author: Heather Keachie

Not-for-profit organizations that are incorporated under either provincial or federal legislation must register a business name if they operate under a name that is different than their legal name. Businesses are often familiar with this requirement, but not all not-for-profit boards understand that, as a corporation, they too are subject the Business Names Act (Ontario).…

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Author: Meghan O'Neil

Until Death Do Us Part   Many people are under the assumption that being in a common-law relationship provides a couple with “essentially” the same legal rights as being married. Unfortunately for common-law couples, this is not the case, particularly when your common-law partner dies.   If your common-law partner dies without a Will, or…

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Author: Jennifer Corak

Spouse. Child. Parent. Issue.  With the exception of the term issue, these are terms to which we ascribe meaning in our day-to-day lives.  These are also specifically defined terms in legislation, and they are terms that come up when working with an estates lawyer, for example when drafting a Will. My colleague, Patricia Gordon, in a…

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