Your Contest Might Be Illegal: Designing a Legal Online Competition

Posted on: 27 October 2015

When running a contest in Canada, you will need to make sure that you are not accidentally running a gambling operation. A contest can become an illegal game if it contains certain characteristics. Designing Your Legal Contest To be considered a form of gambling, a game must require that you pay to enter, there must be an element of chance, and there must be a prize. Therefore, if you remove one of those elements, your contest will not be considered gambling.
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4 Tips For Going To Small Claims Court

Posted on: 2 September 2015

Small claims court is the type of court you go to when you intend to bring up a lawsuit against a customer or client. There are many reasons you might go to court, from a client that went against a contract you had with them, to having a customer that failed to pay you for services rendered. Here are some tips to follow when you have to go to this type of court.
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3 Reasons You Need An Estate Plan

Posted on: 6 August 2015

If you're like most people, you may assume that you have no need for an estate plan. You may think that you can do your planning later in life, once you have a lot more money and planning needs. The truth is, most people need to have an estate plan in order. Take a look at the following information to better understand the reasons as to why you need a proper plan in place.
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Two Ways You Can Try To Resolve A Dispute With Your Landlord On Your Own

Posted on: 13 July 2015

Some people think the quickest and easiest way to handle landlord disputes is to file a suit in court. However, finding a way to settle your issue outside the walls of a courtroom can save you time and money. If your landlord is violating your lease agreement, is unresponsive to your maintenance needs or causing another problem, see if you can resolve the issue on your own first. Set Up A Meeting
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