Tribunals


It looks like a court, and it feels like a court. It has the complicated rule book, the submissions (both written and oral), the evidence, and the arguments. In the end, it has the decision – right or wrong – which will affect your future. This is the quasi-judicial entity called the tribunal.

The processes and decisions of Ontario’s many statutory tribunals (both of first instance, and appeal), as well as the Federal tribunals, have as much impact on people’s lives and businesses as any courtroom procedure. Whether you are embroiled in a dispute over a residential tenancy, or have been denied a crucial licence, or are appearing before the Ontario Municipal Board or any other administrative body, you can count on MBZ’s lawyers to give you the best representation possible.

The MBZ team understands how each tribunal operates: how it thinks and moves within its own statutory mandate. Our lawyers work with you to determine the best possible strategies to apply to your situation, in view of the particular tribunal’s specific public purpose.

Hearings before quasi-judicial bodies should not be taken lightly. You need the professional guidance of one of the experienced team members at MBZ. Contact any one of our team members, for prompt and professional guidance.



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