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How to Serve Small Claims In Canada

How to Serve Small Claims In Canada

Small claims court is a mechanism that was established by the Canadian legal system to allow citizens to start lawsuits on claims that involve small amounts of money. What “small amounts" means depends on the province or state the stay is laid. However, a small claims...

How To Successfully Serve Your Legal Documents

How To Successfully Serve Your Legal Documents

How To Successfully Serve Your Legal Documents. According to Canadian law, if someone wants to file a legal matter, he must notify the defendant through Personal or Substitute service.  The Canadian rules of process serving is to appoint someone ( anyone above the age...

Step By Step Guide To Serving Your Legal Documents

Step By Step Guide To Serving Your Legal Documents

No lawsuit is complete without serving your legal documents to the defendant. The defendants must know the claims against them and notified of the venue, day, and time that they can appear to defend themselves. You must serve papers in the provinces where you filed...

Everything You Need To Know About Skip Tracing

Everything You Need To Know About Skip Tracing

Everything You Need To Know About Skip Tracing. Are you about to serve someone with a legal document but don’t know the current address of the person? It can be challenging to find a “skip” – someone who intentionally goes missing or a defaulter of debt. Many people...

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How to Serve Small Claims In Canada

How to Serve Small Claims In Canada

Small claims court is a mechanism that was established by the Canadian legal system to allow citizens to start lawsuits on claims that involve small amounts of money. What “small amounts" means depends on the province or state the stay is laid. However, a small claims...

How To Successfully Serve Your Legal Documents

How To Successfully Serve Your Legal Documents

How To Successfully Serve Your Legal Documents. According to Canadian law, if someone wants to file a legal matter, he must notify the defendant through Personal or Substitute service.  The Canadian rules of process serving is to appoint someone ( anyone above the age...

Step By Step Guide To Serving Your Legal Documents

Step By Step Guide To Serving Your Legal Documents

No lawsuit is complete without serving your legal documents to the defendant. The defendants must know the claims against them and notified of the venue, day, and time that they can appear to defend themselves. You must serve papers in the provinces where you filed...

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