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Did Defendant's lawyer violate LSO's Rules of Professional Conduct? Defendant's lawyer has no basis to accuse me of "attempt to evade her obligation to exhaust her administrative remedies" and "an abuse of this Honourable Court's process". Keep in mind that the job of the Defendant's lawyer is to make the matter go away for the Defendant ...


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Did you do what you are required to do? From your link, OMVIC advise (and it is probably a legal requirement) that you first send a letter by registered mail and then lodge a complaint. It doesn’t matter that OMVIC can’t order damages, they can help you resolve your dispute with the dealer through negotiation and (usually, I’m not familiar with OMVIC’s ...


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This is pretty standard lawyering. I don't know much about Ontario's professional-conduct rules, but I'd be surprised if anyone treated this as a serious breach. The bad news is that you're dealing with an obnoxious lawyer on the other side. The good news is that judges see a million of these clowns every day, and they find this kind of rhetoric exhausting ...


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Either the lawyer did not breach the rule of "professional" conduct, or the breach is unlikely to trigger sanctions. But it appears that your case would not be materially affected if the court dismisses the case on jurisdictional grounds. Putting aside the issue of whether a pro se litigant is a legal practitioner, rule 7.2-1 requires from a lawyer ...


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Their lawyer is not on your side The power of the court to correct your mistake is discretionary (note the use of “may”). It’s perfectly legitimate for their lawyer to submit that the court should not exercise discretion to your benefit and their detriment. As to whether he should have done this: yes. First, 7.2-2 doesn’t apply because you are not a legal ...


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You can sue remotely, but probably not in California. Laws vary somewhat from state to state, but generally speaking, you need to ensure the court you go to has jurisdiction over the case, jurisdiction over the defendant, and that you're in the right venue. The best way to make sure you check all those boxes is by filing your lawsuit in the court where the ...


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