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Case Comment: The Construction Lien Act and the Breach of Trust Claim
Part II of the Construction Lien Act, R.S.O. 1990, c C.30 (“CLA”), sets out the trust provisions and breach of trust claim, which is often overlooked.
The Art of Getting Paid
This article explores good practices to avoid unpaid accounts and how to collect on unpaid accounts. It also covers legal options available to construction companies and professionals (specifically engineers), however could apply to many small to mid-sized firms.
Preparing for the Possibility of Filing Bankruptcy
Some things everyone should do if they are considering filing for Bankruptcy or Debtor's Court.
Credit Card Debt and Bankruptcy
Credit Card Debt and Bankruptcy
Primary Reasons People File Bankruptcy
Primary Reasons People File Bankruptcy
What does bankruptcy do to a person's credit rating and reputation?
What does bankruptcy do to a person's credit rating and reputation?
Stopping Wage Garnishments
Stopping Wage Garnishments
Common Reasons Why A Bankruptcy Petition Might Be Dismissed
The decision to file for bankruptcy is often one of the hardest choices that a person has to make in his or her lifetime. Poor planning can often make the process even harder. Read Attorney William Winfield's latest article "Common Reasons Why A Bankruptcy Petition Might Be Dismissed."
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