Municipal Bylaw Offences Including Animal Control Issues, Building Permit Failures, Noise Violations, etc.Page last modified: June 25 2021
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How Do I Fight a Bylaw Offence?
In Many Circumstances a Bylaw Charge Can Be Fought Similarly to the Process In Which a Traffic Ticket May Be Fought. Of Course, There Are Never Guarantees For a Sure Win; However, Diligent Review of the Evidence and the Applicable Law May Reveal a Strong Defence Strategy.
Legal Help Defending Against Municipal By-Law Charges
Some people will say, "You can't fight City Hall." Of course, this is untrue; however, without skilled legal representation such as assistance from Markoff Paralegal Services, fighting city hall can indeed be a very difficult uphill battle. An especially challenging concern is that municipalities may have dozens upon dozens of by-laws in force and an appropriate defence strategy will vary depending upon the relevant by-law charge and particular circumstances of each case.
Municipal by-law offences to which Markoff Paralegal Services may be able to provide legal help include:
Municipal By-Law Offences
With literally hundreds of by-laws applicable within each Ontario municipality, keeping up with all the various by-law offences can be next to impossible; accordingly, if you, or your business, is charged with a by-law offence, hire Markoff Paralegal Services for your representation.