Procedures For The Canadian Legal Office by M. Louise WintersteinProcedures For The Canadian Legal Office by M. Louise Winterstein

Procedures For The Canadian Legal Office

byM. Louise Winterstein

Paperback | April 2, 2008

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This seventh edition of Procedures for the Canadian Legal Office has been completely revised to provide you with the most up-to-date information in the areas of general, civil litigation, family, real estate, and corporate and estate practice and procedures. You will find the text to be your ultimate reference guide, incorporating statutory amendments in legal procedures and the procedural changes resulting from the impact of technology on the legal profession, especially in the area of electronic filing and registration in corporate and real estate practice.
Louise Winterstein is a faculty member in the School of Business at Centennial College in Toronto, where she teaches legal procedures and software in the Law Clerk and Office Administration-Legal programs. Louise is a community college graduate herself, who also has a bachelor of arts in history from the University of Waterloo. She wor...
Title:Procedures For The Canadian Legal OfficeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:736 pages, 10.88 × 8.46 × 1 inPublished:April 2, 2008Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0176440712

ISBN - 13:9780176440718


Table of Contents

Part 1: General Legal Office Procedures and DocumentationChapter 1: The Legal EnvironmentChapter 2: Procedures and Practices in the Law OfficeChapter 3: Client RecordsChapter 4: Legal CorrespondenceChapter 5: Legal Accounting ProceduresChapter 6: Legal CitationsChapter 7: Preparing Legal Documents Part 2: Civil Litigation and Family LawChapter 8: Introduction to Civil LitigationChapter 9: Preparing Court DocumentsChapter 10: The Originating ProcessChapter 11: Serving and Filing Court DocumentsChapter 12: Responses to the Originating ProcessChapter 13: Notices, Notice of Motion, Consents and RequisitionsChapter 14: Proceeding to TrialChapter 15: ApplicationsChapter 16: Orders, Judgments and CostsChapter 17: Disposition of Actions without TrialChapter 18: Introduction to Family LawChapter 19: Family Law Proceedings Part 3: Real EstateChapter 20: Introduction to Real EstateChapter 21: Transfer/DeedChapter 22: Charge/MortgageChapter 23: Discharge of Charge/MortgageChapter 24: Commencing the Real Estate TransactionChapter 25: Acting for the VendorChapter 26: Acting for the PurchaserChapter 27: Closing the Real Estate Transaction Part 4: Corporate LawChapter 28: Introduction to Corporate PracticeChapter 29: Incorporating an Ontario CorporationChapter 30: Corporate By-Laws, Meetings, Minutes & ResolutionsChapter 31: Corporate Securities, Records and Changes Part 5: EstatesChapter 32: Wills and Powers of AttorneyChapter 33: Administration of EstatesChapter 34: Settling the Estate