Two Avoidable Closing Mistakes That Can Slow Down The Buying Process

Posted on: 17 September 2015

It seems like it took forever to find a home of your dreams, get your loan approved and get the owner to accept your offer. You would think that all the hard work is over, but this isn't the case.  Now you have to complete the closing. As the final stage in the home buying process, it would seem like smooth sailing, but there are a number of things that can actually go wrong.
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Bringing Your Car Into A New Province Or Territory

Posted on: 11 August 2015

Moving to a new province or territory comes with a few challenges. You will need to learn the rules of the road in the new area. You will also need to know how to transfer your license, deal with insurance requirements, and register your vehicle. Learn the New Rules When you move to a new province or territory, it's important you learn how the new area treats car ownership and driving in general.
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Did Poor Road Conditions Cause Your Car Accident? Know Your Rights

Posted on: 24 July 2015

When road conditions like potholes, missing guardrails, and uneven pavement are what lead to a major car accident, you may be wondering what your rights are. These types of road conditions can not only cause serious damage to your car, but potentially cause injury as well. While the government often has sovereign immunity to these kinds of lawsuits, there are exceptions that can make your case viable, such as if gross negligence was displayed.
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Answers to 2 of Your Most Pressing Questions about Hiring a Notary

Posted on: 2 July 2015

If you need to make a document or statement as legally binding for all concerned parties as possible, but do not want to involve a lawyer, it is a good idea to use a notary to authenticate a written agreement.  A Canadian notary has received special training and certification by a governing agency, and when they notarize an agreement, it is more likely to be legally binding.  What Services Can a Notary Provide? A notary will typically need to see you and the other parties involved in an agreement sign the document, and you will also be asked to provide a valid form of identification.
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