A property agreement is a written document that determines dispersal and ownership of one or both partner’s property. This document highlights who ultimately owns what, and how property should be dealt with in the case of separation, divorce or death. The options for how property is divided are almost limitless. Whether you want to keep…Read More Here!
When you enter into a tenancy agreement, both the landlord and tenant agree to certain responsibilities. If these responsibilities aren’t being met, disputes may arise. Tenancy disputes are a common part of renting, and while many of these issues are minor in nature, it’s important to know what steps to take to ensure a solution…Read More Here!
Buying or leasing a commercial property is a large investment that comes with many intricacies and complexities. While it is possible to purchase or lease a property on your own, you run the risk of missing important details that could have less than ideal consequences later on. Read on to learn how consulting a real…Read More Here!
Being a landlord can be a cloudy and complicated task at times. It’s important you know the proper protocols that are in place to ensure that both you and your renter’s rights are being upkept. Read on for Heritage Law’s quick guide on how to properly enter your tenant’s unit. Reasons Why You May Enter…Read More Here!
Small businesses usually begin life as a sole proprietorship or a partnership– mainly for tax purposes, but also because your scope is often smaller when you first start out. As time goes on, successful businesses mature and grow to a point where the owners may need to consider incorporation. Keep reading for Heritage Law’s crash…Read More Here!
As a business owner or employer, you are obligated to fulfill certain requirements set out by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). Among these responsibilities are remitting payroll deductions, paying all relevant goods and services tax (GST) and running your finances in an ethical manner. Refusing to abide tax laws or abusing loopholes is known as…Read More Here!
When it comes to settling residential matters, it can become very personal in short order. It is best for both tenants and landlords to be familiar with their rights in order to avoid sensitive situations. If you fall into either category, consult Heritage Law’s guide below for a quick introduction to tenant and landlord rights….Read More Here!
Posted by May 15, 2017 in Blogon
Generally, the justice system breaks down into two major categories: criminal law and civil law. Between TV judges and action movies, some members of the general public may have a skewed perception of how these two forms of law function. Read on for Heritage Law’s guide to the definitive differences between the criminal and civil…Read More Here!
Posted by May 1, 2017 in Blogon
When it comes to seeking legal help, there are seemingly endless choices. Worse yet, dealing with a bigger law firm can be just as frustrating for clients as it can be intimidating. Small to mid-size law firms fill the need for personable, dedicated legal representation and advice– often without the premium you pay when opting…Read More Here!
Common law relationships are quickly becoming mainstream, leaving many people misinformed on just how it works from a legal standpoint. Never fear, Heritage Law is here to bust some myths– read on for more! MYTH #1: “Only a marriage qualifies for a prenuptial agreement.” The truth is… in most provinces, common law relationships can indeed…Read More Here!