What does a Shotgun clause and a Muffin have in common? The Shotgun Clause got its reputation from the abrupt way it puts an end to a partnership relationship. How do I explain it? Imagine there’s only one muffin left to share for your 2
As of August 31, 2020, the Quebec Rental Board (Régie du Logement) will change its name to the Tribunal Administratif du Logement (the “TAL”) and the commissioners running it, will be known as Tribunal Members. Here are other important changes to be aware of: 1.
This is your Legal Memo for the top 3 reasons why you should consider incorporating your business today. 1. Limited liability. It means the people who create the company, the people behind the company, like the shareholders or the directors are not liable (are not
When we think of legal battles, the typical image that comes to mind is of sparring attorneys in a battle of words before a judge. However, this conventional view of dispute resolution, with two parties fighting it out in court, is quickly falling out of
Right near Laurier Metro in Montreal, on the major bike path and cyclist thoroughfare, there’s a bike counter. From June to September of this year, a whopping 450,000 bikes went by. In just a 4 month period! Biking on Quebec Roads is trending! To put
One of the most difficult tasks for any individual faced with a legal need is finding the right resources. Just type your problem into Google and you’ll be faced with a barrage of legal services, websites, apps, directories, lawyers and more, all offering help for
When we are dealing with a medical problem, we rely on health professionals to provide care. Unfortunately, it happens that errors occur. If you have been the victim of a medical error, you may not be able to enjoy your life normally, be unable to
For a few years now, the medias, bloggers and especially the consumers became aware of the price gap between products for men and products for women. This phenomenon called “Pink Tax” attracted much attention. A simple search on Google and you will find hundreds, if
Ron Allison and Melinda Ballard were living their dream. Recently married with successful careers and a three-year old son, they were living in a beautiful home on 62 acres of land in Austin, Texas. But then, in 1999, their son Reese began having respiratory problems.
Finally! You have just successfully completed your practical exam on the Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec’s (SAAQ) closed circuit and obtained your class 6A apprentice driver’s license! You can now ride the wind on Quebec’s public roads! But before you can pass your practical