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Paralegals can represent people in a variety of Boards and Tribunals including:

  • The Landlord and Tenant Board;

  • Human Rights Tribunals;

  • The Social Benefits Tribunal;

  • The Social Security Tribunal; and

  • a variety of professional regulatory bodies.

These tribunals have been given their power by statutes (laws).  They need to be treated with the same seriousness and respect as a court.  Proceedings before Boards and Tribunals are real legal proceedings and if an order is made against you it can be enforced by the courts.

If an application, notice or claim has be started against you, you need to ensure that you understand it and how to respond.

If you are thinking about filing a complaint, application or notice with a Board or Tribunal, you need to make sure that you include all of the correct and relevant information and that you filing with the appropriate tribunal.

Boards and Tribunals are often set up so that people can represent themselves; you don't have to have a lawyer or paralegal.  The process is often simplified, but that doesn't mean it is simple.  It is always a good idea to get at least some legal advice.  I offer flexible and affordable legal services.  You can retain me to represent you from start to finish or you can take advantage of some of the unbundled services that I offer.  Check out my the legal services I offer here.

Contact me to set up a free consultation to review your legal matter.

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