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I am also experienced in legal matters pertaining to Employment Law up to $35,000 in Small Claims, Personal Injury up to $35,000 in Small Claims, Criminal Law (Summary Convictions: Theft under $5,000, assault, Fraud under $5,000), Enforcement of Judgments, Landlord and Tenants Disputes.
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Theft under $5000
Fraud under $5000
Commissioner of Oaths
Continued suspension of Small Claims Court operations due to COVID-19
Any Small Claims Court proceedings filed since March 16, 2020 and not yet provided a court date shall, unless assigned a date between March 16, 2020 and October 29, 2021, be adjourned to November 1, 2021 or such other date as determined by the Court.
 Attendance in court on November 1, 2021 by any party to a Small Claims Court action is not required. The court will notify you on or after November 1, 2021 advising you of the next hearing date for your proceeding.
Huge backlog looms, fraudsters empowered amid Small Claims Court near-shutdown
TORONTO -- Tens of thousands of people relying on Ontario’s small claims court to settle disputes have been largely out of luck for over a year, as the court has suspended much of its operations despite other courts and tribunals operating remotely.
Observers wonder if having a diminished Small Claims Court -- which handles cases dealing with sums less than $35,000, nearly half of all civil claims in Ontario -- might empower people who might want to avoid accountability.