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Legal FAQS

 

What type of litigation work do you do?

GCY does debt collection, including mortgage enforcement and breach of contract disputes, commercial litigation disputes, and construction lien matters.We also do personal injury litigation including slips and falls and automobile accidents.

We have established ourselves as leaders in the field, If you are looking for a litigation Lawyer in Toronto please contact GCY

I am thinking of buying a condo - what is your charge for doing my legal work?

The fee depends on a number of factors, which include the purchase or sale price, the type of property and the amount of disbursements. One of our experts will be more than happy to walk you through the process.

I am first time home buyer - what does a lawyer help me with?

The lawyer can help with negotiating the agreement of purchase and sale. If the property is a condominium, we will start with the review of a status certificate, prepare the mortgage documentation as required by a mortgage lender, conduct all necessary searches and due diligence, communicate with the other parties lawyer, and then a registration of the deed and mortgage to close the transaction.

Property law can be a daunting thing to have to work through, with our experience we will be able to make it as smooth a process as possible.

I want to collect money owed to me - how does a lawyer help me?

We would start with sending a demand letter, and if a satisfactory response is not received, normally the next step would be to issue a statement of claim or lawsuit to recover your funds. Depending on the situation, we charge an hourly fee or can take the case on a contingency basis where the client would not pay a fee unless moneys were collected.

Do I have to meet a lawyer in person to sign contracts or can it be faxed back and forth?

Normally, you would have to meet lawyer but, depending on the situation, some documents could be signed not in the presence of a lawyer.

I am a leasing company and would like help collecting payments owed. How do you help me?

We would start with sending a demand letter, and if a satisfactory response is not received, normally the next step would be to issue a statement of claim or lawsuit to recover your funds. Depending on the situation, we charge an hourly fee or can take the case on a contingency basis where the client would not pay a fee unless moneys were collected.