|Types of Law|
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Commercial law involves the legal side of business and deals with:
Consumer law covers the sale of goods and services to the general public. The law seeks to protect consumers against:
Criminal law involves the following issues:
4. Elder Law
Elder law involves the rights of the elderly in terms of:
Employment law concerns the relationship between employees and employers. Specific issues include:
Family law relates to issues involving spouses, parents and children, such as:
Immigration law pertains to anyone in Canada, legally or otherwise, who does not hold citizenship.
Insurance law pertains to disputes over insurance claims and settlements.
9. Intellectual Property
Intellectual property law covers disputes involving:
10. Personal Injury
Personal injury law pertains to disputes arising over injuries sustained in car accidents and slip and fall injuries.
11. Real Estate
Real estate law relates to issues involving land and structures such as:
12. Social Security
Social security law pertains to disputes over employment insurance, benefits and pensions.
Taxation law concerns disputes between Revenue Canada and individuals, small businesses or corporations.