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  1. SUSPENDING GYM MEMBERSHIPS DURING COVID-19 EMERGENCY

    SUSPENDING GYM MEMBERSHIPS DURING COVID-19 EMERGENCY

    In the midst of the current global pandemic, due to lack of activity and stress eating, you may have put on a little “quarantine-15.”  In your best efforts to get back on the right track, you may not be necessarily comfortable returning to your gym. [ … ]

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    ARBITRATION: IS IT ALWAYS A GOOD FIT?

    ARBITRATION: IS IT ALWAYS A GOOD FIT?

    Arbitration is an out-of-court proceeding in which a neutral third party (arbitrator) hears evidence and subsequently makes a binding decision. For contractual disputes, arbitration can be a good choice as it is usually faster, simpler and more [ … ]

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  2. Estate Settlement: A “First Step” Snapshot

    Estate Settlement: A “First Step” Snapshot

    You are the liquidator of an estate and you are wondering: what is the first step you have to complete in order to begin the process of settling the estate. The first step is to obtain a will search, in order to confirm that the will naming you [ … ]

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    Good Faith

    The notion of the duty of good faith has long been a somewhat unique component of the Quebec legal system. As such, it has the object of in-depth debate between jurists and clients alike as it can often be extrapolated so as to influence the outcome [ … ]

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    COVID-19 Flight Cancellations: Vouching for Refunds

    COVID-19 Flight Cancellations: Vouching for Refunds

    The Air Passenger Protection Regulations, a series of regulations which impose minimum airline requirements in air travel, came into full effect on December 15, 2019. These regulations set out airlines' obligations to passengers concerning denied [ … ]

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  4. Can you Inherit From Your Spouse After a Divorce?

    Can you Inherit From Your Spouse After a Divorce?

    To inherit from your spouse in the absence of a will, the spouses must have been married or in a civil union at the time of death. A de facto spouse cannot inherit from their spouse unless the latter has left a will naming them beneficiary. In [ … ]

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    Common expert reports

    Common expert reports

    It is no secret that expert reports have become a staple in modern litigation cases. With that in mind, the legislator, during the last major reform, started promoting and often mandating the use of a common expert in order to supposedly decrease [ … ]

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