Civil Litigation

Civil litigation can be instigated when two or more individuals or corporations can’t agree on a legal matter. This could include disagreeing over the terms of a contract, or over who owns a piece of land. Civil litigation may also arise in the event of an accident, e.g. if an individual (the plaintiff) slips on a wet supermarket floor and breaks a bone they could sue the company (the defendant) for compensation.

Civil litigation procedures can be complicated with the legal jargon that describes the various stages of a law suit varying across Canada. However, in most areas, litigation follows the pattern of pleadings, discovery, and then trial.

If you have any concerns or queries regarding any aspects of Civil Litigation please don’t hesitate to contact the team at RZCD.

Lawyers at RZCD who practice Civil Litigation:

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