Canadian Legal Documents


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 RENTAL

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-LEGAL DEFINITIONS

CANADIAN LEGAL DOCUMENTS

Welcome to the site that offers information and guides to legal documents in Canada. In recent years, more people are finding the chore of legal services easier and less expensive by completing their own legal documents.

This site will assist you in finding the correct document(s) for your cause. It will also supply you with links to various sources of legal documents and forms that can either be purchased or obtained free. This site does not sell or provide legal documents for download; it is solely an information center dealing with Canadian Legal Documents, pertaining to Canadian law only.

Although some documents and forms can be completed by an individual without having to involve a lawyer, in many situations, it is advisable to obtain legal advice. For instance, in a divorce case that is complex, i.e. children, property and various investments, a lawyer’s counsel is highly recommended in order to ensure that the process satisfies the participants as well as the law. Note that legal forms and documents that are submitted incomplete or incorrectly completed can cause significant delay in the procedure.

Canadian Legal DocumentsLOCATING REQUIRED LEGAL DOCUMENTS

To obtain pertinent information about certain legal documents, click on the appropriate title link below, which will take you to a page specific to your need. It will briefly describe the governing laws, the relative documents involved and required for each issue, and provide a link to a related Canadian Legal Document website.

Note that Family Law consists of many facets; hence, various legal documents are presented to comply with the different categories.

CANADIAN FORMS AND DOCUMENTS ONLY

This site deals with Canadian forms and documents only. Note that jurisdiction can vary from one province to another, and forms and documents can differ from location to location. We advise you to consult a lawyer if you are in doubt, or require further information and direction.

Ann Vance, the author of the pages on this site, is a certified Para Legal.

Canadian Legal Documents | Legal Definitions

Power of Attorney | Business Documents | Will | Name Change
Property Lease or Rental | Bill of Sale | Loan Agreement | Family Law