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Year: 2019

Before Being Property Power of Attorney

July 29th, 2019 in Elder Law & Estates

There are many situations where you may be asked to agree to be appointed a Power of Attorney for Property. The most common would be for an elderly parent, grandparent or other relative. This role of attorney for property should…

V&H Wins Distinguished Paralegal, 2017

April 19th, 2019 in V&H News

Vice & Hunter LLP is pleased to announce that Jennifer Gravel Vanasse has been awarded the 2019 William J. Simpson Distinguished Paralegal Award by the Law Society of Ontario. Jennifer was among the first paralegals to obtain her license from…

Real Estate Nuisance & Trespass disputes

January 22nd, 2019 in Real Estate Litigation

Sometimes neighbours don’t get along. The source of the dispute may arise from someone placing his fence or eaves trough on or over their neighbour’s property without consent. That is called a continuing trespass to land. It may also be that someone will divert water from their land to their neighbour’s land causing damages. That […]