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When a tenant dies and there are no other tenants living in that unit, the landlord has to keep their belongings safe for at least 30 days. The tenant's relatives or "legal representative" (usually the executor named in the will) must arrange for...
Usually, a child who is involved in a criminal matter still has the right to go to school. Sometimes the court will say the child cannot go to a specific school until the case is over. You can send your child to another school if this happens. In...
Get legal advice right away. You need legal advice about criminal law and immigration law. Even someone who is a permanent resident can lose their status and be removed from Canada if they are convicted of a crime that is considered "serious."
The Disability Adjudication Unit (DAU) of the Ministry of Community and Social Services will use it to decide whether you are a person with a disability. The DAU will not interview you or examine you. It is important that the health professionals...
You can appeal a decision to refuse you assistance, but first you must complete an application. The OW office cannot refuse to take your application. If you get a negative decision, you can appeal to the Social Benefits Tribunal (SBT), but first you...
It depends on the reason you are not living together. If the two of you do not intend to get back together again, OW can find that there is "no reasonable prospect of reconciliation." In this case, they would not consider you a couple.But they might...