Small Claims and Debt Recovery

Debt Collection

If a debtor fails to pay an outstanding account or a creditor violates your rights by engaging in illegal debt collection tactics, the court system may be the best way to protect your interests and bring an end to the abuse of your legal rights.

Small Claims

On January 1, 2010, the Province of Ontario increased the monetary limit of the Small Claims Court from $10,000.00 to $25,000.00. Some examples are:
  1. Arrears of Rent
  2. Unpaid Accounts
  3. Damage to Property
  4. Failure to Repay a Loan
  5. Breach of Contract
  6. Recovery of Personal Property

You're Not Alone

If you are considering court action, you may feel scared, hopeless, and unsure of what you can do to put an end to the maltreatment. When a debtor fails to honour his promise of repayment or a creditor threatens to take legal action against you, it’s time to consult with a paralegal at our firm.

At Global Business & Legal Services we advocate on your behalf when situations leave you frightened or confused. Once engaged, we will represent you to ensure that your legal rights are protected. If negotiations fail, we will take legal measures to put an end to their abusive practices.

Let Us Help

If you’ve been a victim of illegal debt collection practices or wish to recover your losses from a defaulting borrower, you do not have to suffer alone. Contact our firm today and speak with a knowledgeable paralegal to find the best and most expeditious way to bring closure to this unwanted life experience.

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