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Small Claims Limits
The monetary jurisdiction of the Small Claims Court is prescribed by regulation under the Courts of Justice Act. As of January 1, 2010, the monetary jurisdiction of the court increased from $10,000 to its current level of $25,000.
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Small Claims Court
A Professional Approach

We have the skill and knowledge to work your claims or application through the Small Claims Court and Tribunal processes, saving you time, effort and money.
Provincial Offences Paralegal Services

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We can defend you if you have been charged under the Ontario Provincial Offences Act.

The Provincial Offences Act is a provincial statute that sets out procedures for the prosecution of offences under other provincial statutes and regulations and municipal by-laws.

We defend provincial offences cases in Ontario, ranging from complex occupational health and safety violations to environmental protection infractions, pursuant to the Provincial Offences Act.

The following are examples of provincial offences cases that we defend:
• Dog Owners Liability Act
• Environmental Protection Act
• Fire Protection and Prevention Act
• Liquor License Act
• Provincial Parks Act
• Retail Business Holidays Act
• Ticket Speculation Act
*We do not defend offences pursuant to the Highway Traffic Act.


What are provincial offences?


Provincial offences are non-criminal charges, primarily laid by the police, including those committed under the following:

  • Liquor Licence Act - such as being intoxicated in a public place or selling alcohol to a minor
  • Trespass to Property Act - such as entering premises when entry is prohibited or failing to leave premises after being directed to do so
  • City by-laws - such as infractions under Toronto's noise control, property standards and animal control by-laws

The City of Toronto's Court Services manages trials and payments relating to the Provincial Offences Act.








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