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Toronto corporations law lawyers (corporate law lawyers) practice business law, corporate law and commercial law in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Many also practice property law and creditors' rights law. Toronto corporations law lawyers are members of the Law Society of Upper Canada. 

The  Law Society Referral Service  is a very good way to find a Toronto lawyer who practices corporations law in Toronto and the surrounding region. 

Each Toronto corporations law lawyer may have an office in Toronto or an office outside of Toronto, perhaps in the Greater Toronto area. The Greater Toronto Area includes Mississauga corporations law lawyers, Oakville corporations law lawyers, Brampton corporations law lawyers, York Region corporations law lawyers (including Newmarket corporations law lawyers, and Durham Region corporations law lawyers (including Pickering corporations law lawyers, Ajax corporations law lawyers, and Oshawa corporations law lawyers).  

Each Toronto corporations law lawyer is a barrister, solicitor, and notary public. Toronto corporate law barristers are Toronto corporations law lawyers who appear in Toronto and other Greater Toronto Area courts. Toronto corporations law solicitors are Toronto lawyers who don't usually go to Court but spend most of their time in their Toronto offices or working elsewhere in Toronto with Toronto corporations law clients. Some Toronto corporations law lawyers spend most of their time acting as solicitors. Other Toronto corporations law lawyers spend most of their time preparing for possible business law litigation in the Superior Court of Justice in Toronto.   

Toronto corporate law lawyers act as Toronto solicitors when they incorporate new companies under the Ontario Business Corporations Act or the Canada Business Corporations Act, establish partnerships under the Ontario Partnerships Act or the Limited Partnerships Act, or simply advise a client on a sole proprietorship.

Toronto corporate law lawyers advise Toronto creditors and debtors respecting the rights and remedies available to both secured and unsecured creditors in Toronto where business and other debts are in danger of not being paid. Toronto corporations law lawyers can advise their business clients respecting the registration of a security interest in either real property or personal property. Toronto corporations law lawyers can advise their business and other clients respecting bankruptcy and insolvency. 

 

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Corporations Law Legislation Applicable to Toronto Lawyers

Toronto lawyers who practice corporations law (Toronto corporations law lawyers) use federal legislation enacted by the Parliament of Canada and provincial legislation enacted by the Legislature of Ontario respecting business law, corporations law, partnerships law, commercial law, and property issues. Here are some examples of corporations law statutes used by Toronto corporations law lawyers when they help establish and maintain Ontario businesses.

Business Law Canada Business Corporations Act 6 Articles of incorporation
Business Law Business Corporations Act 102 Voting rights
Business Law Business Corporations Act 105(1) Requisition for shareholders meeting
Business Law Business Corporations Act 12(2) Failure to perform undertaking
Business Law Business Corporations Act 16 Capacity to act outside Ontario
Business Law Business Corporations Act 10(1) Restrictions on corporate name
Business Law Business Corporations Act 10(2) Restrictions on corporate name
Business Law Business Corporations Act 102(2) Representative
Business Law Business Corporations Act 11(2) Unauthorized use of “Limited”
Business Law Business Corporations Act 112(1) Information circular
Business Law Business Corporations Act 115 Directors
Business Law Business Corporations Act 115(2) Board of directors
Business Law Business Corporations Act 115(3) Board of directors
Business Law Business Corporations Act 116(2) Confirmation by shareholders
Business Law Business Corporations Act 117(1) First directors meeting
Business Law Business Corporations Act 118(1) Qualifications of directors
Business Law Business Corporations Act 118(3) Directors to be resident Canadians
Business Law Business Corporations Act 119 First directors
Business Law Business Corporations Act 12(1) Change of name if objectionable
Business Law Business Corporations Act 126(2) Exceptions
Business Law Business Corporations Act 129(1) Resolutions in writing
Business Law Business Corporations Act 130 Liability of directors
Business Law Business Corporations Act 131 Directors’ liability to employees for wages
Business Law Business Corporations Act 134 Standards of care
Business Law Business Corporations Act 14(1) Registered office
Business Law Business Corporations Act 14(3) Change of location
Business Law Business Corporations Act 14(4) Change of municipality
Business Law Business Corporations Act 15 Corporate powers
Business Law Business Corporations Act 168(1) (M) Amendments
Business Law Business Corporations Act 168(11)(a) Amendments
Business Law Business Corporations Act 168(4) Change of number name
Business Law Business Corporations Act 17(2) Power limited by articles
Business Law Business Corporations Act 173(1)(a) Restated articles of incorporation
Business Law Business Corporations Act 173(3) Restated certificate of incorporation
Business Law Business Corporations Act 22(3) Rights of shareholders
Business Law Business Corporations Act 24(3) Exception to subs. (2)
Creditors' Remedies Business Corporations Act 246 Derivative actions
Creditors' Remedies Business Corporations Act 247 Court order
Creditors' Remedies Business Corporations Act 248(3) Court order
Business Law Business Corporations Act 5 Assignment of number
Business Law Business Corporations Act 6 Certificate of incorporation
Business Law Business Corporations Act 7 Certificate of incorporation
Business Law Business Corporations Act 9 Name prohibition
Business Law Canada Business Corporations Act 10(1) Name of corporation
Business Law Canada Business Corporations Act 11 Reserving name
Business Law Canada Business Corporations Act 112(1) Number of directors
Business Law Canada Business Corporations Act 118 Directors’ liability
Business Law Canada Business Corporations Act 153(1) Duty of intermediary
Business Law Canada Business Corporations Act 19(2) Conditions precedent to liability
Business Law Canada Business Corporations Act 2 Definitions
Business Law Canada Business Corporations Act 21 Access to corporate records
Business Law Canada Business Corporations Act 22 Form of records
Business Law Canada Business Corporations Act 24(3) Rights attached to shares
Business Law Canada Business Corporations Act 39 Adjustment of stated capital account
Business Law Canada Business Corporations Act 45(2) Lien on shares
Business Law Canada Business Corporations Act 5 Incorporators
Business Law Canada Business Corporations Act 6 Articles of incorporation
Business Law Canada Business Corporations Act 7 Delivery of articles of incorporation
Business Law Canada Business Corporations Act 8 Certificate of incorporation
Business Law Canada Business Corporations Act 9 Effect of certificate
Business Law Corporations Information Act 3 Initial return, extra-provincial corporation
Business Law Corporations Information Act 4 Time of delivery

 

Ontario Business Corporations Act Forms Respecting Incorporation

Ontario Business Names Act Forms

Ontario Corporations Information Act Forms

Canada Business Corporations Act Forms Respecting Incorporation

 

 

Civil and Other Courthouses in the Greater Toronto Area used by Toronto Lawyers

Dufferin , Orangeville  
Dufferin County Courthouse

Frontenac , Kingston  
Kingston Courthouse

Halton , Burlington  
Burlington Courthouse

Halton , Milton  
Milton County Courthouse

Hamilton-Wentworth , Hamilton  
John Sopinka Courthouse

Hastings , Belleville  
Belleville Courthouse

Middlesex , London  
London Court House

Muskoka , Bracebridge  
Bracebridge Courthouse

Niagara , St. Catharines  
St. Catharines Courthouse

Peel , Brampton  
A Grenville & William Davis Courthouse

Perth , Stratford  
Stratford Courthouse

Simcoe , Barrie  
Barrie Courthouse

Toronto , Toronto  
Old City Hall

Toronto , Toronto  
College Park Court

Toronto , Toronto  
Scarborough Courthouse

Toronto , Toronto  
Downsview/North York/1000 Finch

Toronto , Toronto  
Metro West Etobicoke Courthouse 2201 Finch

Toronto , Toronto  
Toronto Superior Court, Criminal, Summary Conviction Appeals, Jury trials

Toronto , Toronto  
311 Jarvis Toronto Youth Court and Family Court

Toronto , Toronto  
Toronto Superior Court - Civil - Filing Documents

Waterloo , Cambridge  
Cambridge Courthouse

Waterloo , Kitchener  
Kitchener-Waterloo

Wellington , Guelph  
Guelph Provincial Courthouse

York , Newmarket  
Newmarket Courthouse

 

Toronto lawyers

 

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