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Terms and Conditions

By accessing or using the Taxpayer Law website (the “Website”) and its features, you agree to follow our disclaimer and these terms, which may update occasionally.

Legal Relationship

Accessing the Website or communicating with our lawyers through it or by email does not establish any form of lawyer-client or advisory relationship.

No Legal Advice

The content on our site is for general information and shouldn’t replace specific legal advice. We recommend that you do not to act solely on our website’s information without seeking proper legal advice.

Use of Material

Our website’s materials, including links and tools, are for convenience and general information purposes only. Individuals bear the responsibility for their use and ensuring their admissibility and compliance with legal standards.

Disclaimer & Liability Limitation

We provide our site and its content “as is,” without any warranties. Taxpayer Law or its lawyer will not be liable for any damages resulting from your use of the Website or its inability to be used, regardless of being informed about possible damages.

Privacy and Communications

Communicating with us via email or our site, including the Contact Form, is not guaranteed to be confidential. Sharing personal or sensitive information is at your discretion and understanding of these risks.

Contact Form Use

Filling out and submitting the Contact Form doesn’t obligate Taxpayer Law to review or respond, nor does it establish a lawyer-client relationship.

Governing Law

The use of our website is governed by Ontario and applicable Canadian laws. Any related legal actions must be brought in Toronto, Ontario.

Copyright and Use

Our website’s content and design are protected under copyright laws. You are granted a limited licence for personal, non-commercial use, and you are forbidden from modifying content.

Linking Policy

We do not permit linking of our website prior to express written consent.