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Litigation lawyers practice civil litigation law including personal injury law, administrative law,  and sometimes criminal law litigation  law or family law litigation. Many criminal law litigation lawyers, however, practice only criminal law.

Ontario litigation lawyers are members of the Law Society of Upper Canada. Mississauga litigation lawyers may also be members of the Peel Law Association, the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, the Advocates' Society, the Ontario Bar Association, the Ontario Criminal Lawyers Association, and the Canadian Bar Association. Mississauga litigation law lawyers help their civil litigation law clients throughout Canada and around the world.

The  Law Society Referral Service is a very good way to find a Mississauga lawyer who practices litigation law in Mississauga and the surrounding region. 

Each Mississauga litigation law lawyer may have an office in Mississauga or an office outside of Mississauga, perhaps in the Greater Toronto area. The Greater Toronto Area includes Mississauga litigation law lawyers, Oakville litigation law lawyers, Brampton litigation law lawyers, York Region litigation law lawyers (including Newmarket litigation law lawyers, and Durham Region litigation law lawyers (including Pickering litigation law lawyers, Ajax litigation law lawyers, and Oshawa litigation law lawyers).  

Each Mississauga litigation law lawyer is a barrister, solicitor, and notary public. Mississauga litigation law barristers are Mississauga litigation law lawyers who appear in Mississauga and other Greater Toronto Area courts. Mississauga litigation law solicitors are Mississauga lawyers who don't usually go to Court but spend most of their time in their Mississauga offices or working elsewhere in Mississauga with Mississauga litigation law clients. Mississauga litigation law lawyers spend most of their time preparing for possible civil litigation in the Superior Court of Justice in the Greater Toronto Area.   

Mississauga litigation law lawyers advise Mississauga creditors and debtors respecting the rights and remedies available to both secured and unsecured creditors in Mississauga where debts are in danger of not being paid.  

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Litigation Law Legislation and Rules Applicable to Mississauga Lawyers

Mississauga lawyers who practice litigation law (Mississauga litigation law lawyers) use federal legislation enacted by the Parliament of Canada and provincial legislation enacted by the Legislature of Ontario, as well as the Rules of Practice of various Courts. Here are some examples of statutes and Rules of Practice used by Mississauga civil litigation law lawyers.

Civil Litigation Federal Court Rules 304(1) Service of notice of application
Civil Litigation Federal Court Rules 306 Applicant's affidavits
Civil Litigation Federal Courts Act 18 Extraordinary remedies, federal tribunals
Civil Litigation Federal Courts Act 18.2 Interim orders
Civil Litigation Federal Courts Act 18.4 Hearings in summary way
Civil Litigation Federal Courts Act 18.5 Exception to sections 18 and 18.1
Civil Litigation Federal Courts Act 28 Judicial review
Civil Litigation Federal Courts Rules 300 Application
Civil Litigation Federal Courts Rules 335 Application
Civil Litigation Federal Courts Rules 57 Wrong originating document
Civil Litigation Federal Courts Rules 6 Interpretation Act
Civil Litigation Federal Courts Rules 7 Extension by consent
Civil Litigation Federal Courts Rules 8 Extension or abridgement
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 13.1.02 Motion to Transfer to Another County
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 14.01(1) By Issuing Originating Process
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 14.02 Proceedings by action as general rules
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 14.03(2) Notice of Action
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 14.03(3) Ordinary and Simplified Procedure
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 14.03(4.1) Information for Court Use
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 14.05(2) Application under Statute
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 14.06 Title of Proceeding
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 14.06(2) Title of Proceeding
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 14.06(3) Title of Proceeding
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 15.01 Where solicitor is required
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 15.02 Request for Notice by Solicitor
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 15.03 Notice of Change of Solicitor
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 15.04 Client to be Served
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 15.05(3) Application under Rules
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 15.05(3)h Application under Rules
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 20 To Plaintiff
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 3.02 General Powers of Court
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 30.02 Interpretation
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 31 Definition
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 38 Application of the Rule
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 4.02 General Heading
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 4.02(1) General Heading
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 4.02(3) Body of Document
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 76 Application of Rule
Civil Litigation Rules of Civil Procedure 9.03 Executor, Administrator or Trustee Refusing to be Joined

 

Creditors' Rights Law Legislation Applicable to Mississauga Lawyers

Creditors' Remedies Assignments and Preferences Act 4(1) Nullity of gifts, transfers, etc., made with intent to defeat or prejudice creditors
Creditors' Remedies Assignments and Preferences Act 4(2) Unjust preferences
Creditors' Remedies Assignments and Preferences Act 4(3) When there is presumption of intention if transaction has effect of unjust preference
Creditors' Remedies Assignments and Preferences Act 5(1) Assignments for benefit of creditors and good faith sales, etc., protected
Creditors' Remedies Assignments and Preferences Act 5(4) Security given up upon void payment to be returned
Creditors' Remedies Assignments and Preferences Act 5(5) Exceptions
Creditors' Remedies Bank Act 244 Protection of records
Creditors' Remedies Bank Act 427 Loans to certain borrowers and security
Creditors' Remedies Bank Act 428 Priority of bank’s claim
Creditors' Remedies Bank Act 47 Term of first directors
Creditors' Remedies Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act 136(1)(f) Priority of claims
Creditors' Remedies Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act 14.06(1.2) Non-liability in respect of certain matters
Creditors' Remedies Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act 14.06(2) Liability in respect of environmental matters
Creditors' Remedies Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act 2(1) Definitions
Creditors' Remedies Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act 2(1) Definitions
Creditors' Remedies Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act 243(2) Definition of "receiver"
Creditors' Remedies Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act 245 Receiver to give notice
Creditors' Remedies Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act 247 Good faith, etc.
Creditors' Remedies Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act 248(2) Powers of court
Creditors' Remedies Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act 67(2) Deemed trusts
Creditors' Remedies Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act 67(3) Exceptions
Creditors' Remedies Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act 86 Status of Crown claims
Creditors' Remedies Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act 86(2) Statutory Crown securities
Creditors' Remedies Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act 86(3) Exceptions
Creditors' Remedies Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act 87 Statutory Crown securities
Creditors' Remedies Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act 87(1) Statutory Crown securities
Creditors' Remedies Bulk Sales Act 16(1) Effect of buyer failing to comply with Act
Creditors' Remedies Business Corporations Act 246 Derivative actions
Creditors' Remedies Business Corporations Act 247 Court order
Creditors' Remedies Business Corporations Act 248(3) Court order
Creditors' Remedies Commercial Tenancies Act 31(2) Declaration by boarder, under-tenant, or lodger that immediate tenant has no property in goods distrained
Creditors' Remedies Commercial Tenancies Act 38(2) Rights of assignee
Creditors' Remedies Construction Lien Act 23 Personal liability of owner
Creditors' Remedies Construction Lien Act 39 Right to information
Creditors' Remedies Courts of Justice Act 101 Injunctions and receivers
Creditors' Remedies Courts of Justice Act 104 Interim order for recovery of personal property
Creditors' Remedies Courts of Justice Act 113 Agreement preventing third party claim or crossclaim
Creditors' Remedies Courts of Justice Act 117 Assessment of damages
Creditors' Remedies Courts of Justice Act 126(1) Bilingual proceedings
Creditors' Remedies Courts of Justice Act 140 Vexatious proceedings
Creditors' Remedies Creditors’ Relief Act 32(3) Time for distribution
Creditors' Remedies Expropriations Act 10(1) Notice of expropriation
Creditors' Remedies Expropriations Act 10(2) Election of date for compensation
Creditors' Remedies Expropriations Act 73(4) Effect of bankruptcy
Creditors' Remedies Fraudulent Conveyances Act 1 Definitions
Creditors' Remedies Fraudulent Conveyances Act 2 Where conveyances void as against creditors
Creditors' Remedies Fraudulent Conveyances Act 3 Where s. 2 does not apply
Creditors' Remedies Land Titles Act 69 Meaning of “vest” or “belong”
Creditors' Remedies Mortgages Act 42 Restrictions as to proceedings
Creditors' Remedies Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act 11 Restoration of licence on instalment payments
Creditors' Remedies Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act 4 Application for payment out of Fund where person has cause of action
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 17(1) Care of collateral
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 17(3) Liability for loss
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 17(5) Use of collateral
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 2(a)ii Subject to subsection 4 (1), this Act applies to,
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 20(1)(a)(iii) Unperfected security interests
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 20(1)b Unperfected security interests
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 22 Perfection By possession or repossession
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 30(1) Priority rules for security interests in investment property
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 30(1)2 Secured party with control
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 30(6) Futures intermediary
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 33(3) Priority of seller’s purchase-money security interest
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 38 Subordination
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 46(4) Errors, etc.
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 46(5)(b) Effect of registration
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 59(5) Non-waiver of rights and duties
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 62(20 Exempt collateral
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 62(a) Possession upon default
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 63(1) Disposal of collateral
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 63(2) Methods of disposition
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 63(4) Notice required
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 65(1) Compulsory disposition of consumer goods
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 65(4) Proof of interest
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 65(6) Foreclosure
Creditors' Remedies Personal Property Security Act 67(1)(a) Court orders and directions
Creditors' Remedies Registry Act 22(1) Land under automated system
Creditors' Remedies Repair and Storage Liens Act 1(1) Definitions and interpretation
Creditors' Remedies Repair and Storage Liens Act 10(1) Claim for lien
Creditors' Remedies Repair and Storage Liens Act 14(5) Disposition
Creditors' Remedies Repair and Storage Liens Act 15(1) Sale of article
Creditors' Remedies Repair and Storage Liens Act 15(4) Method of sale
Creditors' Remedies Repair and Storage Liens Act 16 Waste or vacant land of Crown excepted
Creditors' Remedies Repair and Storage Liens Act 20(1) Acknowledgment to one of several mortgagors
Creditors' Remedies Repair and Storage Liens Act 28 Lien claimant’s rights and obligations
Creditors' Remedies Repair and Storage Liens Act 3 Repairer’s lien
Creditors' Remedies Repair and Storage Liens Act 3(3) Disposition
Creditors' Remedies Repair and Storage Liens Act 4(1) Storer’s lien
Creditors' Remedies Repair and Storage Liens Act 4(7) Disposition
Creditors' Remedies Repair and Storage Liens Act 6 Priority of lien
Creditors' Remedies Repair and Storage Liens Act 7(1) Non-possessory lien
Creditors' Remedies Repair and Storage Liens Act 7(3) Priority
Creditors' Remedies Repair and Storage Liens Act 7(5) Acknowledgment of indebtedness required
Creditors' Remedies Repair and Storage Liens Act 7(6) Acknowledgment of indebtedness required
Creditors' Remedies Repairs and Storage Liens Act 4(3) When lien arises

Bankruptcy and Insolvency General Rules

Small Claims Court Forms

Small Claims Court Information

Rules of Civil Procedure

Federal Courts Rules

 

Civil and Other Courthouses in the Greater Toronto Area used by Mississauga Lawyers

Dufferin , Orangeville  
Dufferin County Courthouse

Frontenac , Kingston  
Kingston Courthouse

Halton , Burlington  
Burlington Courthouse

Halton , Milton  
Milton County Courthouse

Hamilton-Wentworth , Hamilton  
John Sopinka Courthouse

Hastings , Belleville  
Belleville Courthouse

Middlesex , London  
London Court House

Muskoka , Bracebridge  
Bracebridge Courthouse

Niagara , St. Catharines  
St. Catharines Courthouse

Peel , Brampton  
A Grenville & William Davis Courthouse

Perth , Stratford  
Stratford Courthouse

Simcoe , Barrie  
Barrie Courthouse

Toronto , Toronto  
Old City Hall

Toronto , Toronto  
College Park Court

Toronto , Toronto  
Scarborough Courthouse

Toronto , Toronto  
Downsview/North York/1000 Finch

Toronto , Toronto  
Metro West Etobicoke Courthouse 2201 Finch

Toronto , Toronto  
Toronto Superior Court, Criminal, Summary Conviction Appeals, Jury trials

Toronto , Toronto  
311 Jarvis Toronto Youth Court and Family Court

Toronto , Toronto  
Toronto Superior Court - Civil - Filing Documents

Waterloo , Cambridge  
Cambridge Courthouse

Waterloo , Kitchener  
Kitchener-Waterloo

Wellington , Guelph  
Guelph Provincial Courthouse

York , Newmarket  
Newmarket Courthouse

Other Areas of Law Practice in Mississauga:

Mississauga family law lawyers act as Mississauga solicitors when they draft separation agreements but act as Mississauga barristers when they go to Family Court in Mississauga spousal support applications, Mississauga restraining order applications, Mississauga child support applications, Mississauga child custody applications, and in applications requesting that the Superior Court of Justice divide up property or grant divorces. In many ways Mississauga divorce lawyers act as Mississauga solicitors rather than Mississauga barristers when they settle property issues in a separation agreement and draft and file divorce applications which don't require  a custody, access, or support order. Mississauga family law lawyers help their family law and divorce clients throughout Ontario. Mississauga Family Court applications and Mississauga Superior Court applications are commenced at the A. Grenville and William Davis Courthouse in Brampton

Mississauga wills law lawyers act as Mississauga solicitors when they draft wills and powers of attorneys for property and personal care but act as Mississauga barristers when they conduct estate litigation in Superior Court where estates are contested. In many ways Mississauga estates lawyers act as Mississauga solicitors rather than Mississauga barristers when they file uncontested probate applications. Mississauga wills law lawyers help their wills and estates clients throughout Ontario.

Mississauga business law lawyers help their corporate and commercial law clients throughout Canada and around the world. Mississauga business law lawyers help clients establish and maintain businesses in the Greater Toronto Area.

Mississauga litigation law lawyers, including Mississauga civil litigation lawyers and Mississauga criminal litigation lawyers attend Court throughout the Greater Toronto area. Mississauga civil litigation lawyers litigate civil matters in Ontario Courts. 

Mississauga real estate law lawyers advise their clients respecting Mississauga and GTA real estate transactions, mortgages, leases, and property rights including commercial real estate and residential real estate. 

 

 

 

 

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