Legislature of Ontario other than the Law Society Act the services of the regulations, the by-laws, the rules of practice and procedure, the. 1 janv. du Qu├ębec, The Law Society of New Brunswick, the Nova Scotia. Barristers’ Society, the Law Society of Prince Edward Island and the Law. (b) a person who is not a licensee but is permitted by the by-laws to practise law as . 2 (1) The Law Society of Upper Canada is continued under the name Law.

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The Law Foundation of Ontario. Indemnity for Professional Liability. Rules of Practice and Procedure. Gives a person advice with respect to the legal interests, rights or responsibilities of the person or of another person. Negotiates the legal interests, rights or responsibilities of a person.

Determining what documents to serve or file in relation to the proceeding, determining on or with whom to serve or file a document, or determining when, where or how to serve or file a document. Engaging in any other conduct necessary to the conduct of the proceeding. A person who is acting in the normal course of carrying on a profession or occupation governed by another Act of the Legislature, or an Act of Parliament, that regulates specifically the activities of persons engaged in that profession or occupation.

An employee or officer of a corporation who selects, drafts, completes or revises a document for the use of the corporation or to which the corporation is a party. An individual who is acting on his or her own behalf, whether in relation to a document, a proceeding or otherwise. An employee or a volunteer representative of a trade union who is acting on behalf of the union or a member of the union in connection with a grievance, a labour negotiation, an arbitration proceeding or a proceeding before an administrative tribunal.

A person or a member of a class of persons prescribed by the by-laws, in lsc circumstances prescribed by the by-laws. A licence authorizing a person to give legal advice respecting the law of a jurisdiction outside Canada. A licence authorizing a partnership, corporation or other organization to engage in a byllaws of law whereby it maintains one or more offices outside Ontario and one or more offices in Ontario.

A licence lsucc a person, partnership, corporation or other organization to practise another profession in addition to practising law. The Society has a duty to maintain and advance the cause of justice and the rule of law. The Society has a duty to act so bjlaws to facilitate access to justice for the people of Ontario. Standards of learning, professional competence and professional conduct for licensees and restrictions on who may provide particular legal services should be proportionate to the significance of the regulatory objectives sought to be realized.

On a day to be named by proclamation of the Lieutenant Governor, section lsux is repealed and the following substituted:. The Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, does not apply to the Society, except as may be prescribed by regulation. Every person who, by June 1,held the office of elected bencher for at least 16 years. Every lsuuc who held the office of Attorney General for Ontario at any time before January 1, The Attorney General for Ontario may vote in Convocation and in committees.

Benchers by virtue of their office under paragraph 3 of subsection 1 or paragraph 2 of subsection 2 may vote in committees. On a day to be named by proclamation of the Lieutenant Governor, subsection 5 is repealed. On a day to be named by proclamation of the Lieutenant Governor, subsection 6 is repealed. On a day to be named by proclamation of the Lieutenant Governor, subsection 7 is repealed. On a day to be named by proclamation of the Lieutenant Governor, subsection 11 is repealed. On a day to be named by proclamation of the Lieutenant Blyaws, subsection 12 is repealed.

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The president of each county yblaws district law association, or his or her nominee, being a member of his or her association. One person licensed to lskc law in Ontario as a barrister and solicitor who is a full-time teacher at each law school in Ontario approved by the Society, to be appointed annually by the bylass of the law school.

For each licensee, all terms, conditions, limitations and restrictions that are imposed on the licensee under this Act, other than terms, conditions, limitations and restrictions that are imposed by the by-laws on all licences of that class.

An indication of every suspension, revocation, abeyance or surrender of a licence. Any other information required by the by-laws. An order that the licensee obtain or continue treatment or counselling, including testing and treatment for addiction to or excessive use of alcohol or drugs, or participate in other programs to improve his or her health. An order that the licensee participate in specified programs of legal education or professional training or other programs to improve his or her bylwas competence.

An order restricting the areas of law that the licensee may practise or in which the licensee may provide legal services.

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An order that the licensee accept specified co-signing controls by,aws the operation of his or her trust accounts. An order that the licensee not maintain any trust account in connection with his or her professional business without leave of the Society. An order requiring the licensee to refund to a client all or a portion of the fees and disbursements paid to the licensee by the client. An order requiring the licensee to pay to the Society, for the Compensation Fund, such amount as the Hearing Division may fix that does not exceed the total amount of grants made from the Fund as a result of dishonesty on the part of the licensee.

An order that the licensee give notice of any order made under this section to such of the following persons as the order may specify:. An order that the licensee report on his or her compliance with any order made under this section and authorize others involved with his or her treatment or supervision to report thereon.

Any other order that the Lsic Division considers appropriate.

An order that the licensee institute new records, systems or procedures in his or her professional business. An order lsu the licensee obtain professional advice with respect to the management of his or her professional business. An order that the licensee retain the services of a person qualified to assist in the administration of his or her professional business. If no appeal of the costs order is commenced, the later of the day after the time for commencing an appeal expires and the day after the deadline for payment.

If an appeal of bulaws costs order is commenced and is finally disposed of, the day after the deadline for payment provided for on appeal or under the by-laws, as the case may be. On a day to be named by proclamation of the Lieutenant Governor, subsection 8 is repealed. On a day to be named by proclamation of the Lieutenant Governor, subsection 9 is repealed.

On a day to be named by proclamation of the Lieutenant Governor, subsection 10 is repealed.

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On a day to be named by proclamation of the Lieutenant Governor, subsection 2 is repealed. All money earned from the investment of bylws in the Fund. A after the amendment day, by persons licensed to practise law in Ontario as barristers and solicitors, and. B dishonesty, after the amendment day, on the part of persons licensed to practise law in Ontario as barristers and solicitors.

On a bylawd to be named by proclamation of the Lieutenant Governor, subsection byylaws is repealed and the following substituted:. The provision of costs assistance to parties to class proceedings and byylaws proceedings commenced under the Class Proceedings Act, Service charges and other fees that are prescribed by the regulations shall be paid out of the funds of the Foundation.

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Amounts charged for issuing certified cheques against the joint account shall be paid by the licensee. All other service charges and fees shall be paid by the licensee. On a day to be named by proclamation of the Lieutenant Governor, section 59 is amended by adding the following clause:.

Financial support for plaintiffs to class proceedings and to proceedings commenced under the Class Proceedings Act,in respect of disbursements related to the proceeding. Payments to defendants in respect of costs awards made in their favour against plaintiffs who have received financial support from the Fund.

The date on which the temporary member is no longer needed in order to form a quorum. If the application is granted, the date on which the proceeding in respect of which the application is made is finally disposed of. All of the issued and outstanding shares of nylaws professional corporation described in clause 1 a shall bypaws legally and beneficially owned, directly or indirectly, by one or more persons who are licensed to ,suc law in Ontario.

All of the issued and outstanding shares of a professional corporation described in clause 1 b shall be legally and beneficially owned, directly or indirectly, by one or more persons who are licensed to provide legal services in Ontario.

All of the issued and outstanding shares of a professional corporation described in clause 1 c shall be legally and beneficially owned, directly or indirectly, by one or more persons who are licensed to practise law in Ontario or bylass to provide legal services in Ontario.

The articles of incorporation of a professional corporation described in clause 1 a shall bylws that the corporation may not carry on a business other than the practice of law, but this paragraph shall not be construed to prevent the corporation from carrying on activities related to or ancillary to the practice of law, including the investment of surplus funds earned by the corporation.

The articles of incorporation of a professional corporation described in clause 1 b shall provide that the bylaes may not carry on a business other than the provision of legal services, but this paragraph shall not be construed to prevent the corporation from carrying on activities related to or ancillary to the provision of legal services, including the investment of surplus funds earned by the corporation.

The articles of incorporation of a professional corporation described in clause 1 c shall provide that the corporation may not carry on a business other than the practice of law and the provision of legal services, but this paragraph shall not be construed to prevent the corporation from carrying on activities related to or ancillary to the practice of law and the provision of legal services, including the investment of surplus funds earned by the corporation.

On a day to be named by proclamation of the Lieutenant Governor, subparagraph ii is repealed. On a day to be named by proclamation of the Lieutenant Leuc, subsection 1 is amended by adding the following paragraph:. Law Society Act, R. Law Society continued 3. Powers of society 6. Application of Corporations Nylaws 6. Application of Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, 7.

Chief Executive Officer 9. Liability of benchers, officers and employees Benchers Government of the Society Benchers by virtue of their office Attorney General, guardian of the public interest Benchers licensed to practise law Benchers licensed to provide legal services Removal for non-attendance Election of Treasurer Paralegal Standing Bypaws Officers of lsuuc courts Surrender of licence Invitation to osuc Capacity Medical or psychological examinations