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In our website you will find comprehensive information about the following:

TRAFFIC TICKETS

  • Traffic Tickets Overview: General information about Ontario graduated licensing system for drivers; current Ontario legislation for different types of vehicles (cars, trucks, motorcycles, snowmobiles, ATV, and bicycles); organized traffic; the Highway Traffic Act; traffic laws violation (offence) – traffic tickets; driver/vehicle related convictions statistics.
  • Speeding Tickets: What is a speeding ticket; speed limits in Ontario; speed limit enforcement; demerit point penalties and fines for the speeding ticket; the consequences of being convicted for speeding; how to fight the speeding ticket; interesting facts about speed limit
  • Careless Driving: When driving is considered careless; careless driving enforcement; demerit point penalties and fines for careless driving; the consequences of being convicted for careless driving; how to fight the ticket for careless driving
  • Stunt Driving: When driving is considered stunt; stunt driving enforcement; demerit point penalties and fines for stunt driving; the consequences of being convicted for stunt driving; how to fight the ticket for stunt driving
  • Driving Without or With False Insurance: penalties for driving without or with false insurance; the consequences of having convictions in your driver’s record and being labeled as a “High Risk Driver”
  • Other Traffic Tickets: Failing to stop at a red light (disobeying a red light); failing to stop at a stop sign (disobeying stop sign); disobeying a traffic control person’s stop and slow sign; failing to remain at the scene; following too closely; driving under suspension; driving without licence; demerit point penalties and fines
  • Demerit Points System: Overview of Ontario Demerit Points System; demerit points and new licensed drivers; demerit points and fully licensed drivers
  • CVOR Points System: Overview of the Commercial Vehicle Operator’s Registration (CVOR) System
  • Fighting a Traffic Ticket: Detail description of fighting a traffic ticket process
  • Re-opening: How to make a request for reopening
  • Appeals: How, when and where to file an appeal
  • Driver’s Record: what you should know about driver’s records
  • “Traffic Tickets Court” Locations: There is a list of 55 Provincial Offence Court offices throughout Ontario, which deal with Highway Traffic Act matters and the Provincial Offences Act.

SMALL CLAIMS COURTS (up to $25,000)

  • Small Claims Court Overview: General information about Small Claims Courts in Ontario; the range of matters that Small Claims Court can hear; Small Claims Court fees and proceedings; detail description of steps in a Small Claims Court proceeding; what to do after the Small Claims Court judgment
  • Breach of Contract: Situations for and proceedings of filing a claim for Breach Of Contract in Small Claims Court
  • Construction / Renovation: Situations for and proceedings of filing a claim for Construction / Renovation in Small Claims Court
  • Damage to Property: Situations for and proceedings of filing a claim for Damage to Property in Small Claims Court
  • Negligence: Situations for and proceedings of filing a claim for Negligence in Small Claims Court
  • Professional Malpractice: Situations for and proceedings of filing a claim for Professional Malpractice in Small Claims Court
  • Promissory Note: Situations for and proceedings of filing a claim for Promissory Note in Small Claims Court
  • Sales of Goods: Situations for and proceedings of filing a claim for Sales of Goods in Small Claims Court
  • Services Rendered: Situations for and proceedings of filing a claim for Services Rendered in Small Claims Court
  • Unpaid Account / Invoice / N.S.F. Cheque: Situations for and proceedings of filing a claim for Unpaid Account / Invoice / N.S.F. Cheque in Small Claims Court
  • Wrongful Dismissal: Situations for and proceedings of filing a claim for Wrongful Dismissal in Small Claims Court
  • Enforcement of Judgment: Options you have to enforce the Small Claims Court judgment
  • Appeal: How, when and where to file an appeal

LANDLORD AND TENANT

  • Landlord Rights: Detail description of the landlord’s rights
  • Landlord Duties: Detail description of the landlord’s duties
  • Vital Services: What are the vital services and landlord’s duties regarding for providing with them
  • Maintenance Standards: Ontario maintenance standards and landlord’s and tenant’s responsibilities and rights according to the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006.
  • Tenant Rights: Detail description of the tenant’s rights
  • Tenant Duties: Detail description of the tenant’s duties
  • Rental Rules: Detail description of the rental rules – what landlord and tenant should and should not do
  • Landlord and Tenant Board: The Landlord and Tenant Board resolves disputes between tenants and small landlords under the Residential Tenancies Act.
  • Termination of Tenancy: Description of rules for how a landlord or tenant can end a residential tenancy
  • Eviction of Tenant: Situations where a landlord can evict a tenant and all legal proceedings
  • Enforcement of Orders: The proceedings of how the orders issued by the Landlord and Tenant Board can be enforced

IMMIGRATION

Visiting Canada as a tourist, student or temporary worker

  • Requirements you have to meet to visit Canada as a tourist, student or temporary worker
  • How to apply for a visa and the factors used to determine which documents can be used for a visa application
  • How to extend your stay
  • Who needs a Temporary Resident Visa
  • The Temporary Foreign Worker Program and a work permit
  • Who can and how to apply for a work permit
  • Study permits and work permits for students

Immigrating to Canada

  • The ways to immigrate to Canada: the requirements and the steps to apply in each category
  • Skilled workers and professionals For people who want to settle and work in Canada (outside of Quebec)
  • Quebec-selected skilled workers For people selected by the Quebec government to settle and work in Quebec
  • Canadian Experience Class For people who have recent Canadian work experience or have graduated and recently worked in Canada
  • Investors, entrepreneurs and self-employed people For people who want to start a business in Canada
  • Provincial nominees One of Canada’s provinces or territories can nominate you to settle and work there

Sponsoring Your Family

How to sponsor your family member if you are a citizen or permanent resident in Canada:

  • Family Class: Spouses, partners and dependent children (includes common-law and conjugal partners)
  • Family Class: Other eligible relatives

Asking for Refugee Protection

  • Refugee claims in Canada
  • Resettlement from outside Canada
  • Sponsoring refugees
  • People in the United States who wish to claim refugee status at the Canadian border

Hiring a Foreign Worker

  • Hiring a temporary foreign worker
  • Hiring a skilled worker and supporting their permanent immigration
  • Care givers

OTHER LEGAL ISSUES

  • Accident Benefits Claims
  • Affidavits and Oaths
  • Auto Insurance Claims
  • Complaints
  • Professions Complaints
  • Labour Relations
  • Mediation
  • Pardons
  • Pensions and Withdrawals
  • Provincial Offences (other than traffic tickets)
  • Summary Offences
  • Workers Compensation

David Paralegal Services provides with paralegal services in Windsor, Essex Country, Leamington and Chatam.
 

Phone: 226-975-1899

Email: david@youvisa.com

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