Administrative Law

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Administrative Law

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Administrative law deals with government actions, decisions by or submissions to bureaucrats, and decisions from special tribunals. Administrative law can involve dealings with self-governing bodies, the exercise of discretion, matters of discipline, interpretation and application of policies, guidance for responding to RFPs or RFQs, or any situation involving the application of administrative powers or jurisdiction. For example, you might encounter administrative law when importing goods, requesting provincial assistance with employment standards, or seeking a licence to carry on a business or profession.

Whatever your issues, the lawyers at Maclaren Corlett take pride in providing sound, logical legal counsel to help you deal with the ever-expanding area of administrative law.

We invite you to contact Gordon to discuss any potential matters or questions you may have with respect to administrative law.

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