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The content on the Chan Law website is provided for general informational purposes only, and is not intended to be, nor should it be construed as, legal advice or as a legal opinion. You should not act or refrain from acting based solely upon the information contained on the website, but rather, you should first seek direct legal or other professional advice about your individual situation.

The access and use of the Chan Law website and any initial contact made with any lawyer or staff member at the office via e-mail does not create a solicitor and client relationship. You cannot become a client until you have fulfilled the process of retaining a lawyer or the firm for representation, which would involve the firm agreeing to act on your behalf and confirming your representation in a retainer letter.

Unless you are already an existing client, any information that may be provided via e-mail will not be considered, nor guaranteed, to be confidential.

We make every effort to ensure that the information contained on the website is correct and accurate. Despite these efforts, Chan Law does not make any warranties, representations or guarantees that the information is indeed accurate and complete, and without error or omission. In no event shall any employee, agent or other individual of Chan Law be liable for any loss, cost or damages that may arise from the use and reliance upon any of the information contained on this website.

Notwithstanding the domicile, residence or physical location of any user of the website, the principal lawyer of Chan Law is licenced to act in the province of Ontario.