Administrative Law

Administrative law deals with decision makers other than courts of law, like tribunals, commissions and boards.

Boards, tribunals and commissions don't usually follow the same rules and procedures as Courts, neither do they all follow the same rules. Each board, tribunal or commission will have their own rules and procedures which must be followed. Some of these tribunals and commissions have put their rules on their web sites.

For many administrative boards and tribunals, you can choose whether to be represented by a lawyer or paralegal.

Most common tribunals at which a lawyer or paralegal can represent you
Canadian Human Rights Commission

Ontario Human Rights Commission

Canada Industrial Relations Board

Consent and Capacity Board

Canadian Artists and Producers Professional Relations Tribunal Landlord and Tenant Board
Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission Competition Tribunal

Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal

 

 

 

 

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