You already know that there are plenty of lawyers in your city, and in Canada generally. Who do these lawyers make their money off of? How do you know if you are in a situation where you need a lawyer? What purpose does hiring a lawyer serve? If someone says that they have hired a lawyer after looking at houses for sale in Toronto and you were their realtor, should you be concerned?
The fact is that almost everything we do in Canada today has to be blessed by an attorney in one way or another. It is strange, seeing as though most of our transactions are common sense and you would think that they could be taken care of between two different people. In some cases, though, people are unreasonable and need the intervention of the law. In others, lawyers have managed to work their way into transactions so that they seem absolutely necessary. Anyone who has bought North York homes for sale at any time is certainly aware of this type of transaction.
Because in reality, using a real estate lawyer means paying big (BIG) fees to a group of people who don't do anything but file some papers and maybe sign one. We're serious, that is all real estate lawyers do. And yet somehow they have become an intractable part of the whole real estate process, as stipulated by (you guessed it) Canadian law. Which was made by lawyers. So when you are looking at homes for sale in Ajax, remember that you need to include attorney's fees in the closing costs.
While it can be hard to see the need for lawyers in the world of real estate, it becomes a bit easier when it comes to transactions between people or people and businesses which have turned out poorly. For example, say you have a terrible experience undergoing lapex in Edmonton. It's a new type of surgery, and it is approved, but you never know what might go wrong especially in a store which is not of the quality of the one we have linked to.
In that case, you may need money to cover damages, and you may want to recover any money you spent on the procedure in the first place. The business obviously will not agree, which means it is time to go to court. And courts, of course, are the playgrounds of lawyers. You need one to make a case for you, to have the judge take you seriously, and to recover what you have lost.
So, the answer to our question is, you need legal council for just about everything. Sometimes, as with a case between a Brampton driving school and an employee, that council will be face to face. In most cases, though, you will likely only see the attorney you are paying for a matter of minutes.