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Effective August 1, 2020, Ontario commissioning legislation permits the practice of remote commissioning.
Jaclyn P. Solomon is offering notarial and commissioning services, curb side during COVID.
Lawfully Yours is offering remote hearings, consultations, via Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Face Time.
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Office: Aurora, Ontario - Open: weekdays, evenings and weekends
Office Hours are By Appointment ONLY.
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Jaclyn P. Solomon is the owner of Lawfully Yours, licensed by the Law Society of Ontario. Jaclyn practices primarily in Small Claims Court, throughout Ontario, and appears for both Landlords and Tenants during LTB matters. Jaclyn offers representation for Administrative Tribunals. Jaclyn's experience, in litigation, and negotiations are coupled with a keen sense of effective communications. In addition to Small Claims and Landlord and Tenant Board matters; she can assist with name changes, summary convictions, Small Claim's court filings, process serving, and document brief preparations. See additional tabs for complete services offered within the parameters of a P1 license. Alongside Jaclyn's legal expertise she is also a registered Real-Estate Broker.
Licensed by the Law Society of Ontario, Jaclyn is proud to offer accessible, professional legal services, as a Paralegal. She offers law firms both on and off site services , which includes Document Brief Preparation, Proof Reading, File Organization, Computer Skills on PC Law, Quick Law, Lexis Nexis Advance, LawStream Pro, Practice Panther, Microsoft Office and Mac Iworks.
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Jaclyn is offering legal services at The Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) which is Ontario's first fully online tribunal! The CAT uses an online dispute resolution system (CAT-ODR) to help people resolve certain types of condominium-related disputes conveniently, quickly, and affordably.
NOTE: All hearing materials, including pleadings and any supporting documentation, must generally be filed with the Court and ALSO emailed to the Court at least 10 days before the hearing. Failure to email the materials may result in the Court making an order against you, including costs.
Parties are encouraged to use the Small Claims Court E-Filing Service portal or the Small Claims Court Submissions Online portal to file forms and documents online without going to court, where possible.
Since the suspension of sittings of the Ontario Small Claims Court in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Court has progressively expanded the matters that it will hear remotely.
The Small Claims Court will continue to monitor the situation and, as possible, will further expand the types of matters and hearings that will be heard during these extraordinary times.
Effective February 22, 2022, parties in the Small Claims Court must email their hearing materials to the Court at least 10 days before the hearing...
Effective December 21, 2021, the Court is scheduling garnishment hearings...
Effective November 8, section 13.2 (Other Documents) is amended to:
Replace the requirement to file in paper any materials initially filed by email with requirements to maintain documents.
Advise that court fees for email filings (past or future) can be paid immediately by phone or cheque, and in accordance with direction made by or on behalf of a Registrar.
All hearings will be conducted over Zoom, a videoconferencing platform, unless a party indicates that they are unable to participate by Zoom... A device with a camera and a microphone (e.g. smartphone, tablet, laptop), plus access to WiFi/an internet connection, will be required for participation by video conferencing.
Where a party is unable to participate by Zoom, the hearing may be conducted by use of a teleconference line.
Hearing participants should have an appropriate technical set-up and observe etiquette appropriate to the nature of remote hearings. Some guidance on these points can be found here on the Superior Court of Justice website.
The Court will schedule a settlement conference in an action after the first defence is filed. Please note that the Court is prioritizing the scheduling of settlement conferences in actions where the first defence was filed before April 12, 2021. Court staff might not be able to provide a date immediately.
If your motion was scheduled for a date before March 16, 2020, you do not need to take any action. The court staff will contact you.
The Court will schedule a date for trial where a request to clerk (Form 9B) is filed. The Court is also rescheduling dates in Small Claims Court trials that had started but were interrupted when in-person operations were suspended in March 2020.
Until further notice, the Small Claims Court is not dismissing actions for delay under Rule 11.1 of the Rules of the Small Claims Court.
The Ontario Small Claims Court continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation. As circumstances permit, the Court will gradually resume regular operations and reschedule matters.
You may wish to also consult the Ministry of Health's website at Ontario.ca/coronavirus for further information on how to protect yourself.
While the Ontario Small Claims Court is an important source of timely access to justice in Ontario, the health and safety of those who use and work in the Small Claims Court is our priority.