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GETTING A LIQUOR LICENCE IN ONTARIO For most bars and restaurants, new or old, the most important and essential licence in their business is their liquor sales licence.  While most bars, restaurants, lounges and night clubs may be known for their food, ambiance, clientele and reputation, without a liquor sales licence those admirable qualities may be left unrecognized and their establishment less frequented.
LEGAL SERVICES FOR REALTORS AND BROKERS Licensed professionals are required to adhere to a higher standard of care to the public they serve. Their occupations are commonly monitored and regulated by governing bodies that investigate accusations of misconduct and other improper behaviour.
MORTGAGE AND LOAN ENFORCEMENT The lawyers at Chand & Co. can help you deal with any type of mortgage and loan enforcement situation you encounter. If you are in the need of professional legal advice with respect to your options enforcing a mortgage, contact our office and schedule a consultation with one of our lawyers. 
CANNABIS IMPAIRED DRIVING Now recreational cannabis use has been legalized in Ontario, police will be monitoring the roads to ensure the safety of other drivers.
CANNABIS ONTARIO – THE NEW LICENSING REGIME The Alcohol and Gaming Commission (“AGCO”) recently announced it will be accepting on-line applications for cannabis licences, including retail operator licences, retail store authorizations and retail manager licences.
DEFAMATION: LIBEL AND SLANDER The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees the right to “freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication.” Like all other rights protected under the Charter, these rights are not absolute. 
CANNABIS BILL 36 On September 27, 2018, the Ontario government introduced Bill 36, the Cannabis Statute Law Amendment Act, 2018. If Bill 36 is passed, it will enact the Cannabis License Act, 2018 making amendments to the Cannabis Act, 2017, the Ontario Cannabis Retail Corporations Act, 2017 and the Smoke- Free Ontario Act, 2017.
CHAND SNIDER LAUNCHES DEDICATED CANNABIS LAW GROUP There is no doubt the legalized recreational cannabis market will have an impact on the economy. “With the end of cannabis prohibition will come new opportunities for Canadian businesses,” explains Murray Snider, Partner at Chand & Co.. 
STAGES OF A CIVIL LAWSUIT IN THE ONTARIO SUPERIOR COURT OF JUSTICE 1. Commencing a Claim: If a person wishes to sue for $25,000.00 or less, than the proper place to start an action is in the Ontario Small Claims Court.  For claims that are over $25,000.00, the claim must be commenced in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.