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Appeal Basics – Canada – Legal Information Workshop


Category: Appeal Court

If you’ve dealt with a legal matter, you’ll know that it’s very difficult sometimes to persuade a judge to see your point. Sometimes the judge may error in arriving at their decision and that’s where an appeal can come into play.

Learn the basics of appeals in this video and understand that it’s a very steep learning curve to undertake an appeal on your own.

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The content in this video is for informational purposes only. It is not legal advice nor is it created for any specific person or case. It is for general use (typically for Canadians) and may not be applicable to your case or jurisdiction. While we strive to bring you the highest quality of legal information, we cannot fully guarantee that all or some of the information in this video is completely accurate or up to date. If you need legal advice, contact a licensed legal professional in your area. While we take many steps to publish the most up to date information, we can not be held responsible for legal information that is inaccurate. Any references made in this video, were thought to be accurate at the time this video was published.

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