Civil Litigation

Demand Letter Lawyer

Demand letters are a formal demand to an individual, company, or other legal entity, requiring compliance with a legal obligation, such as the payment of money, the discontinuance of an act, or honouring of an agreement. Demand letters are not a legal requirement (in most cases), but demand letters serve as a useful method of

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I am Hiring a Contractor to do Work on my House – How can I Protect Myself?

We are often approached by homeowners disputing with contractors about construction projects. More times than not the disputes are surrounding delays, deficiencies, or payment. Each time we wish that the homeowners had engaged us earlier – prior to the signing of the construction contract or worse, prior to the commencement of the work without the

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Can a Contractor Put a Construction Lien on my House without a Contract?

This blog can assist you with the following questions: How can contractor lien without a written contract? Does a contractor need a contract to register a construction lien? Can a verbal contract be relied upon to register a construction lien? If you are a homeowner and you have been threatened or served with a construction

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Demand Letter

Disclaimer – This blog is not to be taken as legal advice. Please seek the advice of a lawyer for any legal matters. What is a demand letter? In a perfect world, if a wrong is a committed, the responsible party will compensate the aggrieved party. As we know, in the real world this does

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What’s a Certificate of Pending Litigation?

A certificate of pending litigation (CPL) is an instrument that can be registered on the title of a property. A party seeking to register a CPL must bring a motion and prove that they have a reasonable claim to an interest in the land, among other things. Practically, the CPL provides a warning to the

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